Grant's zebra

More Grant’s zebras are in the wild than any other species or subspecies of zebras. Unlike Grevy and mountain zebras, they are not endangered.

Grant’s zebras eat the coarse grasses that grow on the African plains, and they are resistant to diseases that often kill cattle, so the zebras do well in the African savannas.

However, recent civil wars and political conflicts in the African countries near their habitats has caused regional extinction, and sometimes zebras are killed for their coats, or to eliminate competition with domestic livestock.

  • FUJIFILM X-T3
  • XF100-400mmF4.5-5.6 R LM OIS WR + 1.4x
    406.8 mm (eq 610 mm)
  • ISO 320
  • ƒ/8
  • 1/500 s
Map showing location of “Grant's zebra” in Narok, Kenya

Narok, Kenya

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