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Zebra - Grevy's Zebra, Swahili:Punda milia kubwa

equus grevyi


This is the largest member of zebra family, large head; thick neck accentuated by upstanding mane; big rounded ears narrow black stripes in complex patterns, especially concentric lines on rump bordering white patch over tail, both bisected by broad black spinal stripe; belly unpatterned white


Arid grasslands and acacia savanna, within commuting distance of water


Info taken from National Audubon Society - Field Guide to African Wildlife

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Karan Raghwa
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Karan Raghwa

Isiolo, Kenya

Spotted on May 21, 2019
Submitted on Jun 22, 2019

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