Scientific Name: Equus burchelli
Location: Savanna grasslands of eastern Africa
Description: Stalky but sleek, short-legged horse with broad black and white stripes, black nose, and a short, bristle-like mane that stands up.
Location: Africa and Asia
Special Features: Three kinds of zebras in Africa, Plains Zebra, Grevey's and Mountain Zebras
Travel in herds
Bold black-and-white-striped horse
Stripe patterns vary among different species and races
Some species may have brown stripes
Can weight over 900 pounds
Short, erect hair on main
Diet: Herbivores. Avid grazers.
Neat Fact: At first all Zebras look alike however, every Zebra has a unique and different stripe pattern, like a fingerprint.