The zebra and the wildebeest have a symbiotic relationship and are often seen together in their natural habitats. Why? The wildebeest has a good sense of smell and hearing but the zebra does not. The zebra has a great sense of sight but the wildebeest does not.
Additionally, zebras eat long tough grasses, but wildebeests feed on shorter grasses. So as they hang about together they can share without being in competition.
So, I have gathered several images of these two animals.
When two zebras pose in this way, they have a 360 degree view, which extends far, so with their acute sense of sight they can be easily aware of any dangers.