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Grant’s Zebra

Equus Burchelli Boehmi


Grant’s Zebras are zebras that have bold black and white contrasting stripes. They can reach to about an average shoulder height of 50 to 55 inches and weigh up to 600 pounds. They are active during the day and feed on grasses and shrubs. Grant’s Zebras may live in family groups with up to 17 other animals. They have a lifespan of 28 years.


Grant’s Zebras typically inhabit Grasslands and Savannas.

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Jonaiyshia a month ago
Grant’s Zebra
Equus burchelli boehmi Indian Creek Zoo

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Michigan, USA

Lat: 42.07, Long: -83.63

Spotted on Apr 21, 2019
Submitted on Apr 22, 2019

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