Grevy's Zebra

Grevy's Zebra

Equus grevyi

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Quick Facts
Height: 4'7" to 5'3"
Length: 8' to 9'
Weight: 770-990 lbs
Wild diet: Forbs, grasses
Zoo Diet: grain, carrots, and free-choice hay
Distribution: Kenya and Ethiopia
Habitat: Dry, semi-desert regions in grass/shrubland

Grevy's zebras have large heads, erect manes, and round ears. They have narrow, concentric stripes as well as a thick black line that goes down their spine. These stripes are set very close together and are vertical until the hindquarters begin; the stripes are horizontal down their legs. Their bellies are white, without stripes. Their manes stand straight up and are striped with the white and black colors on their bodies.

Status in the Wild

Listed as "endangered" on the IUCN Red List (International Union for Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources).

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