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Crazy Alphabet Challenge (with a twist): the letter Z: Z

source of the photo above:  https://www.tjskids.com/en/animal-wooden-letter-z.html

For this very last letter I am going to present to you several animal’s picture starting with the letter Z

First off of course is the « zèbre » which in English is a zebra.

<a rel="nofollow noopener noreferrer" data-snax-placeholder="Source" class="snax-figure-source" href="http://theconversation.com/pourquoi-les-zebres-ont-ils-des-rayures-112451" target="_blank">http://theconversation.com/pourquoi-les-zebres-ont-ils-des-rayures-112451</a>

Next off is the « zibeline » or marten or sable in English.

<a rel="nofollow noopener noreferrer" data-snax-placeholder="Source" class="snax-figure-source" href="https://www.manimalworld.net/pages/mustelidae/zibeline.html" target="_blank">https://www.manimalworld.net/pages/mustelidae/zibeline.html</a>

Now the zébu or simply zebu in English which is a domestic bovine.

<a rel="nofollow noopener noreferrer" data-snax-placeholder="Source" class="snax-figure-source" href="https://www.lumerys.com/et-si-le-zebu-pouvait-doubler-votre-chiffre-daffaires/" target="_blank">https://www.lumerys.com/et-si-le-zebu-pouvait-doubler-votre-chiffre-daffaires/</a>

Now this is an insect named « zygoptère » or a « demoiselle » in French which is aptly named a zygoptera in english.

<a rel="nofollow noopener noreferrer" data-snax-placeholder="Source" class="snax-figure-source" href="https://www.aquaportail.com/definition-11608-zygoptere.html" target="_blank">https://www.aquaportail.com/definition-11608-zygoptere.html</a>

And to finish off here comes the « zébrule » or the zebrule or zorse in English which is a cross between a zebra stallion and a horse mare.

<a rel="nofollow noopener noreferrer" data-snax-placeholder="Source" class="snax-figure-source" href="http://chatsdemoncoeur.forumactif.org/t7138-le-zebrule" target="_blank">http://chatsdemoncoeur.forumactif.org/t7138-le-zebrule</a>

And finally for the pièce de résistance here is the « zorille » or « ratel » which is simply named a zorilla in English and is actually the equivalent of a skunk (named a « putois » or « mouffette » in French). It is found in sub Sahara Africa and also Irak, India and Pakistan.

<a rel="nofollow noopener noreferrer" data-snax-placeholder="Source" class="snax-figure-source" href="https://www.diconimoz.com/animaux/zorille-du-cap/" target="_blank">https://www.diconimoz.com/animaux/zorille-du-cap/</a>

Ouf! finally done for this rather long challenge. Hope you enjoyed it just as much as me. See you soon on another post.

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