We offer two different Zebra species

Hartmann’s Zebra – Equus zebra hartmannae
Hartman’s stripes don’t join on its
stomach and continue down to its hooves.

Burchell’s Equus quagga burchellii Burchell Zebra stripes extend onto it’s underparts and often fade. towards its hooves.

Average size
Length of skin
Metric: 2800mm to 1700mm Imperial: 110inches to 67 inches Width of skin
Metric: 1700mm to 1500mm Imperial: 67 inches to 59 inches
Metric: 3.5 to 5 kg
Imperial: 7.7 pound to 11 pound

Zebras[a] are African equines with distinctive black-and- white striped coats. There are three extant species: the Grévy’s zebra (Equus grevyi), plains zebra (E. quagga) and the mountain zebra (E. zebra). Their stripes come in different patterns, unique to each individual. Several theories have been proposed for the function of these stripes, with most evidence supporting them as a form of protection from biting flies. Zebras share the genus Equus with horses and asses, and together they are the only living members of the family Equidae. Zebras belong to the subgenus Hippotigris. They inhabit eastern and southern Africa and can be found in a variety of habitats savannahs, grasslands, woodlands, shrublands and mountainous areas