Grevy’s Zebra Foal Born in UK Zoo

Grevy's Zebra Foal

OMG, those ears! Those spindly legs! Visitors to the Marwell Zoo in Colden Common near Winchester had an unusual experience, to say the least. On October 12th, first time mother Ellen, gave birth to a healthy foal in front of a crowd. “Zebra normally like to do their own thing and take themselves away, so […]

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Hartmann’s Mountain Zebra Born at Rancine Zoo

Hartmann's Mountain Zebra

Get ready for an overdose of cuteness with this Hartmann’s Mountain Zebra foal, born at the Rancine Zoo (in Rancine, Wisconsin) on Christmas Eve. An incredibly important addition to the dwindling population — there are fewer than 100 Hartman’s mountain zebras in the US and are liisted as “vulnerable” in their native habitats in Southern […]

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Baby Zebra Alert! Cuteness Overload

Hartmann's Mountain Zebra foal

On March 21st, A filly Zebra foal has been born into the herd of Hartmann’s Mountian Zebra at Walt Disney’s Animal Kingdom in Orlando. This 65-pound bundle of cuteness has been frolicking with her mother, Heidi. She is the third zebra foal born as part of the Species Survival Plan (SSP) program this year The […]

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Zebra Racing!

Hold onto your hats! These zebras live up to their reputation of being difficult rides. The biggest challenge is getting at least ONE of them to cross the finish line! Want to see more exotic racing? Visit Canterbury Park in Shakopee, Minnesota. In the meantime, I’ll leave the zebra racing to the professionals.

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Who knew Zebras were such talented jumpers?

Zebras are notoriously hard to train because as a species, they have defied domestication. They can be aggressive, and have a history of randomly attacking human trainers which has limited their use in movies and circuses. That doesn’t mean that people don’t continue to try training zebras and it appears that some trainers have more […]

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A different kind of African Safari

Forget sitting in a jeep and taking a sedate drive to see the wildlife. This looks like a lot more fun. Although, since there is nary a helmet in sight, it is not the safest way to view Zebra.

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