Chapman’s Zebra | Equus quagga chapmani
There are three types of zebras: Grevy’s zebra, mountain zebra and plains zebra. Chapman’s zebra is a subspecies of the plains zebra and are variably colored. Often, the back half of his torso is rather horizontally striped, the drawing is also seen on the belly and there are often lighter “shadow stripes” available. They live in family groups with a hierarchy. Immediately after the stallion, the lead mare comes with her foals, then the other females come with their young. Although zebras seem to be quite similar to horses, they are different. Zebras do not have strong bones, so they are not suitable for riding. Like horses, zebras are flight animals, reaching up to 50 km / h. Please be attentive, because zebras have very strong teeth, it is seven times stronger than that of a horse!