Zebras (zee-bras, or zeh-brahs if you’re Pommie or Commonwealth) are one of the three surviving members of the equines - along with horses and asses. Heh, I said ass. Zebras have three different distinct species - plains, grevy’s, and mountain zebra. There also used to be quagga, but those were hunted to extinction in the 19th century. Nice going, humans. As far as I can tell, this is a Burchell plains zebra, due to the intermittent grey stripes on the haunches. Chapman zebras also have that pattern, but they have bold stripes below their “knees”.
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