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Can we say

"There are no zebras in the zoo"?

Or should we say

"There are no zebra in the zoo"?

Which one is correct?
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"There are no zebras in the zoo"
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OED says it can be either zebra or zebras. 3 years to get that answer Emotion: smile
In the UK, stop any person in the street and ask your question.

They will automatically answer "zebras".

One zebra, two zebra is a very old form, no longer generally used.
Both sentences are correct!

There are no Zebra's in the zoo.
There are no Zebra in the zoo.
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LogicmanIn the UK, stop any person in the street and ask your question.

They will automatically answer "zebras".

One zebra, two zebra is a very old form, no longer generally used.
It's the same in the US, as far as I know. (Even though the dictionary says

that "zebra" can be singular or plural.)
RedGunnerBoth sentences are correct!

There are no Zebra's in the zoo.No apostrophe is needed to form the plural.
There are no Zebra in the zoo.
Hi,

A small comment that you don't need to capitalize zebra.

Best wishes, Clive
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Sorry but no. I and all my family would always say zebra as we would stadia, cacti and fish not fishes. It depends on your education......in my case private school with several years of Latin....the same can probably be said of people who never use the word fewer but say less items.
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