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A Grant's zebra and foal.
Image Source: Gary M. Stolz, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.

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Fact: Traveling in harems of up to 17, Grant's Zebras migrate in herds of 10,000 or more. Smaller than a horse, the Grant's Zebra can be said to "bark" more than it neighs.
Source: Blue Planet Biomes

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Fact: The Mountain Zebra can be divided into two species living in southern Africa, i.e., Hartmann's Zebra (Equus zebra hartmannae) and the Cape Mountain Zebra (Equus zebra zebra). The Cape Mountain Zebra was saved from extinction in 1937 with the establishment of the South African Mountain Zebra National Park. Their population stands at about 300 (circa 2006).
Source: Mountain Zebra National Park

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A herd of Burchell's zebra.
Image Source: John Walker, Images of Africa.

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Fact: Unusual fact about the Burchell's Zebra: A zebdonk is the hybrid offspring of a Burchell's Zebra mating with a donkey.
Source: Ciszek, D. 1999. "Equus burchellii" (On-line), Animal Diversity Web.

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