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The Zebra is a part of the horse family, Equidae, native to central and southern Africa. They are most well known for their distinctive black and white stripes.

Zebras are black with white stripes for camouflage purposes. These stripes are typically vertical on the head, neck, forequarters, and main body, with horizontal stripes at the rear and on the legs of the animal. The "zebra crossing" is named after the zebra's white on black stripes.

There are four extant species, as well as several subspecies :

  • Plains Zebra
  • Cape Mountain Zebra
  • Hartmann's Mountain Zebra
  • Grevy's Zebra

Source : Wikipedia
: Farid Radjouh - TrekNature

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