Zebra vs Horses: Animal Domestication

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  • Published: 29 February 2016
  • Why didn't Africans on Zebra conquer the world? Why don't we have war bears?

    Part 1: cepnet.mobi/user/watch?v=JEYh5WACqEk

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Comments • 9 469

  • SzopRaccoon
    SzopRaccoon  3 hours back

    War Bears: is not going to happen
    22nd Artillery Supply Company: Hold our bear

    • Juan Escobar
      Juan Escobar  3 hours back

      There is no equivalent between domesticated plants and processed “food.” This is a false comparison. Therefore, I see you and your channel as extremely suspect.

      • Eduardo Martínez
        Eduardo Martínez  6 hours back

        Dogs were bred in Mexico for food tho

        • Jack
          Jack  7 hours back

          Gen 1 Sheep: sheep
          Gen 2 Sheep: thicc sheep
          Gen 3 Sheep: *CHONK SHEEP*

          • mr someone
            mr someone  10 hours back

            We are a virus

            • Tom Evison
              Tom Evison  12 hours back

              If you cant ride a zebra then explain how racing stripes was filmed 😂

              • Alden Buyer
                Alden Buyer  13 hours back

                You turned 20 seconds of content into a 5.5 min video.
                TL;DW horses have a herd/family mentality that can be exploited for domestication, putting humans at the top of the hierarchy and Zebras don’t and are strongly independent and stubborn.

                • Alden Buyer
                  Alden Buyer  13 hours back

                  3:32 is where Zebras vs Horses actually starts.

                  • Hello :3
                    Hello :3  14 hours back

                    Referring to 4:10
                    Great video! Just, as someone who's been around horses occasionally and knows a few things from others - the heard is lead by a female, not the male, it is almost always the lead *mare* (which everyone ik calls b*tch mare). Also given the time it takes for pregnancy in horses and the fact at 1 year theyre already big (and called a yearling not a foal) It's very unlikely they'll have multiple foals.

                    • libertarianwho hatesdemsandreps

                      Zebra: you will never break my spirit!!!!!!!


                      Mmmmm tasty fingers.

                      • Chris R
                        Chris R  18 hours back

                        3:33 really skin-crawlingly irritating to hear zebra repeatedly pronounced as zeebra. ugh.

                        • Jayden Joseph
                          Jayden Joseph  19 hours back

                          Who thought it would be a good idea to have a chihuahua as a pet?

                          • Michael Barrella
                            Michael Barrella  20 hours back

                            Fecund yeah

                            • Adena Properties
                              Adena Properties  1 days back

                              The two races native to Sub-Saharan Africa never domesticated a single plant nor animal species...not until quite late in the game after contact with North African peoples, the Islamic world and Europeans. They never devised a single written script nor did they develop any of the other trappings of civilisation, let alone proper villages or anything like a city in form or function. Their languages were lacking words for colours, numbers and higher concepts--except perhaps 'light', 'dark', 'red' (or 'one', 'two', 'three' and 'many'). They never built proper homes. It was only after contact--and exploitation--by more intelligent outsiders that they acquired livestock and agriculture. Africa was full of animals and useful plants that could have been properly tamed, domesticated and exploited. The peoples of Eurasia tamed and then domesticated everything from giant aurochs--which became cattle--to wild caribou--which became reindeer. The peoples of the Americas domesticated llama species, certain types of bird, bred several types of dogs and even undertook the successful domestication of different kinds of rodents, insects and fish. The peoples of sub-Saharan Africa were not intelligent enough nor motivated enough to create civilisation for themselves. If they had been, zebras, native bovines and many other types of animals would have been bred to more useful, manageable forms. Modern humans have lived continuously in sub-Saharan Africa for perhaps 250,000 years, yet continued in hunter-gatherer mode almost until modern times. Meanwhile, the Northern races and peoples had colonised most of the rest of the rest of the world and as soon as conditions permitted, began farming. Animal husbandry is far older, in fact. There is some evidence that dogs were domesticated and proper, concerted animal management started in Neanderthal times. There is evidence that some groups of Neanderthals might have actually constructed animal pens. Most of our domesticated animals--with the notable exceptions of chickens and pigs--were all European / Central Asian in origin. Pigs were domesticated in Southeast Asia and chickens were domesticated in Southeast Asia and on the Indian subcontinent independently (with many crossovers). There were plenty of animals in Africa that could have been domesticated. They certainly would have had a far longer time to shape them into more useful forms. This never happened. This phenomenon should probably tell us more about the people who did these things and how fundamentally different they were from the folks who didn't.

                              • Admire Kashiri
                                Admire Kashiri  10 hours back

                                😂 And where did you read that exactly? You should do better research. Early farming and pastoralism, or food production, in Africa can be separated into several categories: animals, grains, and tropical plants, all of which prevailed in different places and at different times in the ancient and pre historic world.
                                In West, East and central Africa they domesticated sorghum, penicilliary, finger millet, fonio, Native rice, yams, tuber, shea tree, and kola nut. And had herds of cattle and so on too. Agriculture is the reason why my ancestors the Bantu expanded so fast and dominate much of Sub Saharan territory today, they replaced the isolated hunter gathers who were in these regions and likely absorbed some of them too.

                                Animal domestication happened all over the continent sorry thats a fact. The Nubians used Elephant as tanks which they later traded with the Carthaginians, they also had cavalry units of militady as did the Aksumites, and Malians, they also had horses in historical West Africa they domesticated the West African Barb horse as well as the Dongola horse,
                                Also In East Africa as well as horses they domesticated the Dromedary camel. So what the hell are you talking about?? The following images are ancient rock art left by Black Africans when the Sahara was green and lush. As you can see cows are present and were actually first domesticated in a region in the nation of Chad around 5900 B.C, horses were later used. Domestication comtinued hence why cattle and other livestock were prized assets in many African cultures religious and economically. Other animals domesticated through the continent include goats the like Capra Aegagrus was introduced into Early Africa, there are indigenous ones too called Capra idex walie and the Ammotragus letlrvia. When it comes to Sheep the Fat-tailed Sheep was present in East Africa and ancient Nubia going back 1991 B.C. it was a valuable source of fat for many pastoralists all over the continent. As for cattle they domesticated the Humped Cattle, as well as the alsi the Bos Taurus and the West African N'Dama Borgou and the Ankole-Watusi and many many more were domesticated.

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                                And writing if you didn't know originates without external influence in a few places. That's ancient Egypt, Mesopatamia, China and Mesoamerica. All the writing scripts we have today derive from these four places and civilizations. For example, the Hellenistic Greek script which Latin derives from derived from Phoenician which derives from ancient Egyptian hyroglphics. Without contact or interaction these scripts wouldn't exist and also Germanic, Celtics and Slavics wouldn't have writing. Most of Africa indeed didn't write, however others did develop writing due to contact and trade they had with civilizations who did just like with Europe in relation to Egypt and the Indus Valley in relation to Mesopatamia. The Ethiopians had the Ge'ez Script still used today not to mention it was one of the first scripts to be used to translate the Hebrew Bible. The Nubians had the Meroitic script And the Tuareg Berbers have the Tifanagh script still used by them today. In Nigeria there is a pictographic script called Nisibidi with thousands of symbols.

                                "Nor did the develop any of the other trappings of civilization"? Such as what? You're clearly clueless about Africa here kiddo.

                                So you're here saying we didn't even built villages let alone cities. 😂🤣 if that's the case tell me what are these historical African ruins classed as then? Stone age primitive settlements? 🤦🏾‍♂️

                                https://kap-chagny.pagesperso-orange.fr/img909.jpg

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                                http://solarey.net/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/The-Loropeni-Ruins-In-Burkina-Faso-100.jpg

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                                Languages lacking words for colour huh? So you've studied all African languages huh? 🤣🤣.

                                Never built proper houses? What are these then kiddo? These are indigenous african structures so save your bullshit excuses.

                                https://i.pinimg.com/originals/ad/ec/4d/adec4d9f08191b47b7ce6e7fe47be0a2.png

                                http://i.imgur.com/tjMUf3n.jpg

                                https://i.pinimg.com/originals/c8/c8/9d/c8c89d255f3a4ee827fbcfdcdec460fc.jpg

                                https://www.penn.museum/sites/expedition/files/2014/04/nubian-cemetery.jpg

                                https://www.nairaland.com/attachments/4515515_15095125102075637261625498504037861448487121n_jpeg474a7ea6e1c515ae57cc19d13fb7e615

                                And no livestock and agricultural practices go back to prehistoric times dumbass. The plants used within agriculture were mostky of native African origin so thsts nonsense.

                                Again Nubians tamed elephants that had nothing to do with Eurasians clearly. You cant be stupid enough to believe our ancestors were simply sat around doing nothing for thousands of years now get real.

                                Dumbass Africa has various civilization some of the oldest on Earth like the early city state of Kerma and Dhar Tichitt. The continent had many other from Kush, Aksum, Wagadu, Ajuraan, Adal, Ashanti and many others I could list. Many Africans had agricultural practices and livestock. Again you're clearly clueless about this stuff.

                            • Samin Sarker
                              Samin Sarker  1 days back

                              Welcome, fellow doggo lover

                              • Friedrich Wagner
                                Friedrich Wagner  1 days back

                                African's couldn't invent the weel or a writen language. But I'm sure it has something to do with the animal.

                                • Admire Kashiri
                                  Admire Kashiri  9 hours back

                                  The wheel was invented in Eurasia and spread. It wasn't invented randomly by every culture that used it, it was adopted. For example, without Mesopatamia the wheel wouldn't have been incorporated by the Indus Valley civilization, without the Hyksos the Egyptians wouldn't have had the wheel either. The wheel didn't spread into Africa due to geographical barriers and also it would have been impractical in many regions due to the tsetse fly which kills livestock and animals which utilize the wheel. In suitable regions however the wheel was used the Aksumites and Nubians had the wheel as did the Garamantes. As for written language again writing originates in like 4 places without external influence. That's in China, ancient Egypt, Mesopatamia and Mesoamerica. If you weren't in direct contact with these civilizations the idea to write wouldn't have come. For example, without Phoenicians the Hellenistic Greek script which Latin derives from wouldn't have existed. And without the Romans expanding in Europe, Celtics, Germanics and Slavics would have writing either. With that said many Africans did have writing. Ethiopians had Ge'ez and Nubians Meroitic. I recommend you research a topic before typing.

                              • bobby boucher
                                bobby boucher  1 days back

                                If you have the right food, you will be ableto keep any animal

                                • Seaoftea
                                  Seaoftea  1 days back

                                  What about wild pigs. Those things are bastards.

                                  • USAGI
                                    USAGI  1 days back

                                    " Because Zebras, _are_ *bastards* "
                                    *Pause*
                                    *Like*
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                                    • USAGI
                                      USAGI  1 days back

                                      Tldr : Horses are gonna hug you and Zebras are gonna mug you

                                      • Luigi X
                                        Luigi X  1 days back

                                        If its in a circus it has been beat into submission

                                        • Ameha K
                                          Ameha K  2 days back

                                          The cat 4:55 is so ready to kill that person lol

                                          • volusiasorange
                                            volusiasorange  2 days back

                                            fluffification

                                            • Smith
                                              Smith  2 days back

                                              The difference between a horse and zebra... a horse will stomp or kick you once or twice. A zebra will kick and stomp you until you're dead.

                                              • Davie Blaze
                                                Davie Blaze  2 days back

                                                0:31 - 0:38 had some rhythm to it. You could be a rapper yanno🤔😂

                                                • Davie Blaze
                                                  Davie Blaze  2 days back

                                                  Cave drawing of me @ 0:21

                                                  • Asura Heterodyne
                                                    Asura Heterodyne  2 days back

                                                    With generic engineering, I am looking forward to designer humans, algae that is designed to suck a lot of co2 from the air while eating plastic, and some interesting new domesticated animals.

                                                    • Isabel Gliniecki
                                                      Isabel Gliniecki  2 days back

                                                      “But you know who’s really top chicken? *We’re top chicken”*

                                                      • Send More Rum
                                                        Send More Rum  2 days back

                                                        No one's gonna talk about that a baker's dozen is literally thirteen? We didn't domesticate that many big animals.

                                                        • Alex K.
                                                          Alex K.  2 days back

                                                          Cats: Tiny tigers that live in your house


                                                          But they PURRRRRR!

                                                          • Alex K.
                                                            Alex K.  5 hours back

                                                            @Katarina Foster Leopards and Jaguars don't purr either.

                                                          • Katarina Foster
                                                            Katarina Foster  6 hours back

                                                            Alex K. All felines expect for tigers and lions (as far as I know) purr surprisingly

                                                        • Copelan Fogle
                                                          Copelan Fogle  2 days back

                                                          4:50

                                                          • Per audacia ad ignotum

                                                            This was funny. But. Stallions don't lead from the front.

                                                            • opinions
                                                              opinions  2 days back

                                                              Horse: who are you?

                                                              Zebra: im you but striped

                                                              • Phillip Reynolds
                                                                Phillip Reynolds  2 days back

                                                                The Nazis used zebras as pack animals and for their cavalry during WWII. They didn't even have to domesticate them, they just had to tame them. Domestication of zebras is entirely possible.

                                                                • Marco DM
                                                                  Marco DM  2 days back

                                                                  This is called the "Anna Karenina's Principle": https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anna_Karenina_principle

                                                                  • mikatu
                                                                    mikatu  2 days back

                                                                    Sorry, but if a Lannister wants an elephant they will get one... or the battle will be lost.

                                                                    • Joanne Spanner
                                                                      Joanne Spanner  2 days back

                                                                      Ah, so like, middle class humans.

                                                                      • vamsi piratla
                                                                        vamsi piratla  2 days back

                                                                        We need to sex all the animals

                                                                        • Arenesz
                                                                          Arenesz  2 days back

                                                                          Hmm is there any animal that we could domesticat now with more science and would be useful?

                                                                          • Władca Wymiaru
                                                                            Władca Wymiaru  2 days back

                                                                            Zebras are possible to turn in to the horses...it require long work and strong PLAN!
                                                                            https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=Man+ride+the+Zebra
                                                                            But blacks were too stupid to figure that compare to asians in the violet belt.
                                                                            Just living in Africa was too easy...

                                                                            • Kat
                                                                              Kat  2 days back

                                                                              Cats just being the blatant exception to the rule no biggie

                                                                              • Representative
                                                                                Representative  2 days back

                                                                                Understanding the details and environments behind this brings enlightenment on why world societies are the way they are today! 🤔

                                                                                • Yojahiro Silva
                                                                                  Yojahiro Silva  2 days back

                                                                                  Is pronounced ZEBRA NOT ZIBRA is like DEBORAH Not DIBORAH

                                                                                  • Random Dude
                                                                                    Random Dude  2 days back

                                                                                    Someone just tell me the name of the first part of this video.

                                                                                    • Shimron Netia
                                                                                      Shimron Netia  3 days back

                                                                                      I like the humor in you narrative

                                                                                      • Viorp
                                                                                        Viorp  3 days back

                                                                                        4:00 The assumption here is that horses were TAME before being tamed. Which is frankly retarded.
                                                                                        We still have surviving European Bisons in Poland they are just as aggressive as their American counterpart .


                                                                                        This "not tamable animals" excuse is not convincing at all.

                                                                                        • Viorp
                                                                                          Viorp  3 days back

                                                                                          @Abraham Edelstein Based comment.

                                                                                        • Abraham Edelstein
                                                                                          Abraham Edelstein  3 days back

                                                                                          It's quite aggravating since we've tamed Zebras and selectively bred them. Sure, you can make the argument that European settlers had the answerbook in hand but that does not diminish the point, had there been pressure for Africans to domesticate animals, they would have domesticated animals, it just happens that Africa is in a lot of ways a paradise where there's something edible around every corner.

                                                                                          Is it Racist(which is all this bullshit denial hinges on) to say; Why the fuck if you're a hunter-gatherer would you want to risk life and limb to tame a vicious angry beasts when you could just spear it and grab a fruit from the next tree?!

                                                                                      • Andrew Nicholls
                                                                                        Andrew Nicholls  3 days back

                                                                                        It is nowhere near a 1:1 ratio of grain to steak. More like 10:1

                                                                                        • Retrosteampunker
                                                                                          Retrosteampunker  3 days back

                                                                                          So is it possible to domesticate these animals now with our resources and science? But saying we should just curious

                                                                                          • Abraham Edelstein
                                                                                            Abraham Edelstein  3 days back

                                                                                            It's always been possible, horses were once vicious angry wild animals too, only desperate madmen would have had the idea to tame these these beasts. Zebras have been tamed and selectively bred(albeit not continuously) for over a century now.