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A Dauw (zebra) of South Africa.

Image Sources: Illustration from the "Illustrated Natural History of the Animal Kingdom, Being a Systematic and Popular Description of the Habits, Structure, and Classification of Animals, from the Highest to the Lowest Forms, with Their Relations to Agriculture, Commerce, Manufactures, and the Arts," by S. G. Goodrich, Vol. I, 1859. Colored by Fun Zebra Pictures & Facts; African background taken by Gary M. Stolz, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.

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Fact: An older designation for Burchell's Zebra is the Dauw, which is also called peechi or peetsi.
Source: Biology-Online

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Plains Zebra.
Image Source: Darren New.

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Fact: The Plains Zebra (Equus quagga), is commonly found in the savannas and open forests of southwest Africa. It is also known as the Common Zebra. Unlike most wild horses, the Plains Zebra exists in large numbers. A life expectancy of 40 years is not uncommon. Because they depend upon drinking frequently, they will be found close to water.
Source: Canadian Museum of Nature, Oakland Zoo.

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