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Why haven't zebras been domesticated like horses?
To survive in an environment populated by large predators (lions, cheetahs, hyenas), zebras have become very quick and very responsive, able to escape when confronted with danger and, in case of capture, to defend themselves vigorously with terrible bites and kicks. Zebras also have a dodge reflex that prevents them from being lassoed... so many powerful avoidance reactions that make the domestication of the species difficult.
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