Maneless zebras (Equus quagga borensis) at Kidepo Valley National Park in Uganda - photo by Mark Jordahl, via Wikipedia; They are a subspecies of Plains zebras found in the northern parts of eastern Africa, including Kenya, Uganda, and South Sudan. They are generally the darkest form of the Plains zebra.

The maneless zebra was first described in 1954 by Tony Henley, then a Ranger in the Game Department of the Uganda Protectorate based in Moroto and in charge of Karamoja District. Maneless zebras at Kidepo Valley NP - Uganda.

Zebras...guess it's the stripes

The plains zebra (Equus quagga, subspecies Grant's zebra pictured) is the most common and geographically widespread species of zebra.

Extinct! The Quagga was a southern subspecies of the Plains Zebra. It differed from other zebras mainly in having stripes on the head, neck, and front portion of its body only, and having brownish, rather than white, on its upper parts. The last free Quaggas may have been caught in 1870. The last captive Quagga, a mare, died on 12 August 1883 in Amsterdam Zoo, where she had lived since 9 May 1867. It was not realized that this Quagga mare was the very last of her kind. Because of the…

The Quagga (Equus quagga quagga) is an extinct sub-species of the plains zebra that lived in South Africa. Here, a mare at Regent's Park Zoo, London,

Zebra, Zebras are several species of African equids (horse family) united by their distinctive black and white stripes. Their stripes come in different patterns, unique to each individual. There are three species of zebras: the plains zebra, the Grévy's zebra and the mountain zebra. various anthropogenic factors have had a severe impact on zebra populations, in particular hunting for skins and habitat destruction. Grévy's zebra and the mountain zebra are endangered.

Zebra, Zebras are several species of African equids (horse family) united by their distinctive black and white stripes. Their stripes come in different patterns, unique to each individual. There are three species of zebras: the plains zebra, the Grévy's zebra and the mountain zebra. various anthropogenic factors have had a severe impact on zebra populations, in particular hunting for skins and habitat destruction. Grévy's zebra and the mountain zebra are endangered.

Plains Zebra (equus Quagga) With Foal In Grasslands, Mountain Zebra National Park, Eastern Cape Province, South Africa Photograph

Plains Zebra (equus Quagga) With Foal In Grasslands, Mountain Zebra National Park, Eastern Cape Province, South Africa Canvas Print / Canvas Art by George Brits

Plains Zebra (equus Quagga) With Foal In Grasslands, Mountain Zebra National Park, Eastern Cape Province, South Africa Photograph

Plains Zebra

Plains Zebra from the back, Etosha National Park, Namibia

The migration of Burchell's zebras surpasses the great Serengeti migration.

Zebras Hold New Record for Longest African Migration

In a groundbreaking study, a WWF-led team discovered Africa’s longest land mammal migration. The migration of Plains (or Burchell's) Zebra stretches from Namibia to Botswana—a distance of more than 300 miles roundtrip.

Mother Plains Zebra And Colt at Serengeti Plains in East Africa (Kenya) - photo by Wayne Lynch / Getty Images

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Zebras | Ziddle and Zaddle are our male and female Plains zebra, respectively, but you can call them Zid and Zad for short. Both came to us from a zoo in Richmond, Virginia when they were 7 months and 5 months old. Zid has become quite the Casanova, prancing around his yard, showing off his grace, and occasional clumsiness to anyone lucky enough to observe his beauty.

Zebras | Ziddle and Zaddle are our male and female Plains zebra, respectively, but you can call them Zid and Zad for short. Both came to us from a zoo in Richmond, Virginia when they were 7 months and 5 months old. Zid has become quite the Casanova, prancing around his yard, showing off his grace, and occasional clumsiness to anyone lucky enough to observe his beauty.

https://flic.kr/p/CGX3wd | Waiting for her companions..... | early morning in Kwazulu Natal, South Africa plains zebra or common zebra; equus quagga ( formerly known as equus burchellii ) zebra zèbre des plaines ou zèbre commun Steppenzebra Many thanks for your views, favorites and supportive comments. All rights reserved. ButsF©2017

https://flic.kr/p/CGX3wd | Waiting for her companions..... | early morning in Kwazulu Natal, South Africa plains zebra or common zebra; equus quagga ( formerly known as equus burchellii ) zebra zèbre des plaines ou zèbre commun Steppenzebra Many thanks for your views, favorites and supportive comments. All rights reserved. ButsF©2017

"Zebras Greeting" by Angela Poggioni: As a group of plains zebras was heading back from the river, I was fortunate to spot this scene where two of them started walking towards each other to the point of having nose-to-nose contact that is considered a form of greeting among adult zebras. I was lucky to catch this beautiful moment just before it happened.

"Zebras greeting" by angelapoggioni

Zebra laugh - photo from the Phoenix Zoo, Arizona;  The newest Grevy’s Zebra weighed in at an even 100 pounds.

Zebra laugh - photo from the Phoenix Zoo, Arizona; The newest Grevy’s Zebra weighed in at an even 100 pounds.

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