How to Draw a Zebu

Hey kids! Are you curious about learning how to draw a zebu? You’ll be happy with what we have for you! Zebus are fascinating animals, with their big humps and long, drooping ears. Today, we’ll take you on an exciting, step-by-step journey to create your very own zebu drawing, showcasing its unique features and gentle nature. Are you ready to start this wild and creative adventure together?

Let’s dive in!


Materials Needed:

  • Paper
  • Pencil
  • Eraser
  • Coloring Supplies

Perfect For:

  • Kids
  • Newbies

How to Draw a Zebu

Easy Zebu Drawing for Kids – Step by Step Tutorial

First, start to outline the head of the zebu.


Add a curved line to form the muzzle of the zebu.


Now, add the eye and the nose of the zebu.


Next, outline its little horns.


Now, outline the zebu’s ears.


Draw this curved line to form the hump of the animal.


Now, add this curved line to create the neck of the animal.


Next, draw the zebu’s front leg.


Add the other front leg.


Now, with this curved line, outline the back of the zebu and then another line for the belly.


Next, outline the back leg of the zebu.


Add the other back leg and foot of the animal.


Finally, draw a long, thin line that curves downward from the rear of the body.


Well done, kids! You’ve learned how to draw a zebu and created an amazing, one-of-a-kind artwork.

Add some colors to complete perfectly the drawing of the zebu.

Remember to share your awesome zebu creation with your friends and family, and always have a zebu-tiful time while drawing!


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About the Zebu

A zebu is a type of cow that is found in many countries, especially in Africa and Asia.

They have a hump on their back and long, drooping ears. Zebus are often used for farming and transportation, because they are strong and hard-working animals.

They also provide milk, meat, and hides for people. Some zebus are decorated with jewelry and special markings, because they are considered to be important and valuable to their owners.

Zebus are important to many cultures and are used in many different ways.