GREVY’S ZEBRAS, 20” x 33”, 1987
Zebras occupy the same habitat as the wildebeest, and migrate with them, grazing on the red oat grass prevalent on the Serengeti. Burchell’s zebra is the most common zebra of East Africa, although two other species overlap it’s range - Grevy’s zebra in the north, and the mountain zebra in the south. Compared with other zebras, it is tall, has large ears, and its stripes are narrower. They are now considered to be endangered.
Grevy's Zebras

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