Grant's zebras (Equus burchelli boehmi), Kenya (Digital Composite) : Stock Photo
Grant's zebras are a subspecies of the Burchell's zebra. They live in family groups consisting of one male, a number of females and their offspring. The are native to savannah and open woodland areas in East and South Africa.


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Grant's zebras (Equus burchelli boehmi), Kenya (Digital Composite)

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Art Wolfe
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Grant's zebras are a subspecies of the Burchell's zebra. They live in family groups consisting of one male, a number of females and their offspring. The are native to savannah and open woodland areas in East and South Africa.
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