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Grevy's Zebra

Equus grevyi

Description:

The largest of the equids, it has a big head and neck that are supported by slender legs. The stripes on its body are narrower than those of a plains zebra. The horizontal stripes on the legs remain distinct all the way down to the hooves, and the tall, upright mane is also striped in a pattern that continues on from the neck. Other distinct characteristics are a tan-colored muzzle with white edges, and the large, rounded ears that have one thick black stripe on the back with white tips

Habitat:

Dry, semi-desert grasslands of Africa

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4 Comments

YorkieSutaryo
YorkieSutaryo 9 years ago

Yeah I'm thinking of the same thing Cindy..we're probably right :)

YorkieSutaryo
YorkieSutaryo 9 years ago

Thanks Sachin :D

CindyBinghamKeiser
CindyBinghamKeiser 9 years ago

Grévy's Zebra?

Sachin Zaveri
Sachin Zaveri 9 years ago

Nice spotting,

YorkieSutaryo
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日野市 (Hino), 関東 (Kanto Region), Japan

Spotted on Jan 31, 2012
Submitted on Feb 4, 2012

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