No, it's whether or not a ghetto-ass zebra can kick a black stallion's ass or not.. but you can't kick the ass of Raoh's horse because you're ass is already kicked, he's the mightiest stallion of them all.
Horse vs Zebra in what? A fight or overall traits?
If its a fight then I think the zebra coz they are more aggressive.
Overall: HORSES! NO COMPETITION!!! I mean they can be lovely. Plus they are beautiful. And you can ride them ^^. And there's far more variety of breeds and colour. With zebras those strips are a Bridget Riley .... but less headache.
Big horses maybe, some might be suited for it but the general variety just wouldn't do it. Zebras bite and kick even in friendly situations, at this one wildlife safari park I'd been going to since childhood the Zebras were always punished and you were not allowed to feed them because one of them bit the others tail off in a friendly encounter and the people that worked there didn't want to be sued when one of them would bite one of the children.
WHAT!!!!? "bit the others tail off in a FRIENDLY encounter"???? Please tell me you're joking! LOL! Charming! I don't blame those zoo people being scared. Here's a kid at the zebra enclosure "Hello Mr horsey, want a candy?" CHOMP!!! "Mummy! The horsey ate my arm"
Yeah, the larger breeds are far more interesting. The ponies always tend to look like they are meant for toddlers only or seriously over feed. But just for clarification, i didn't mean an actual physical fight. More of a cartoonish, gloves on fight.
Personally my most preferred one is the weirdly proportioned looking asian breed simply because of the in-turned ears look like horns....... right, just realized- I'm talking random. two hours of sleep before sehri does that to ya <head falls on to table> zzzzzzzzzz
It's not a zoo, but literally a massive safari park.. the animals aren't in cages and are allowed to roam freely and interact with humans, you get to feed and touch them too. Here is a link to the website [link] , even though I live in Texas now I would go again at the first chance I got.. not only do you have places like these in the area but you have alligator farms nearby where you can feed and interact with alligators too.
Wow! This one seems more interesting. I can see why you would want to revisit. Here there's loads but the most famous one is Longleat because it's shown on BBC's Animal Park. Here, they tell you to strictly keep you arms inside the vehicle because some mishaps take place. Then there's the Lion, Tiger or Wolf enclosure. I would love to go someday but at the moment I'm ticking off things to do list and haven't reached that point yet...... and I guess I'm just too lazy . Though they would be great opportunities to do life drawings. Personally I would prefer to see animals in their actual environment. it seems more appropriate especially considering that kept animals have a very flabby look due to lack of exercise and roaming around which just doesn't seem right if you understand what i mean. Unfortunately such visits leave a black hole in my pocket, lol. But I'm sure they will definitely be worst it.