They are the ref's. the "umpires" if you will
Because the referee's wear black and white stripes as a uniform
Probably because of the black and white shirts they wear.
The referee at a football game wears black and white stripes to stand out.
Because of the style (zebra striped) jerseys they wear.
This ones from an Australian Football League reserves club. Sandringham Zebras
Football and basketball officials are sometimes referred to as "zebras" because of the black-and-white striped uniforms they wear, which resemble the stripes of a zebra. This nickname has become a common way to refer to referees and umpires in these sports.
The Pine Bluff High School Zebras have 21 State Championships in Football.
Of course they do! How would the zebra species still be 'alive' if the adult zebras didn't have baby zebras. Of course they have babies.
Zebras reproduce sexually, so zebras do have fathers.
Zebras are prey. Several other animals eat zebras, but zebras don't eat other animals.
No, there are no zebras in Wyoming. (Zebras are native to the African continent.)
No, zebras do not have quills.