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Like most members of the horse family, zebras are a very social animal. Their social structure depends on species. Mountain zebras and plains zebras live in groups known as harems, consisting of one stallion with up to six mares and their foals. Bachelor males either live alone or groups of bachelors until they are old enough and strong enough to challenge a stallion. When attacked, they will huddle together with the foals in the middle while the stallion tries to fight the predator off.