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 mountain zebra

18/3/2011

mountain zebramountain zebra
mountain zebramountain zebra
mountain zebramountain zebra
mountain zebramountain zebra
mountain zebramountain zebra
mountain zebramountain zebra
mountain zebramountain zebra
mountain zebramountain zebra
mountain zebramountain zebra
mountain zebramountain zebra
mountain zebra

The most distinct feature of both mountain zebra species is a square flap of skin or dewlap on the throat There are two subspecies of mountain zebra . Equus zebra is endangered and Equus Mountain zebras occur in southwestern Africa. Equus zebra inhabits South The craggy heights of the Mountain Zebra National Park's Bankberg embrace rolling plains and deep valleys, and have become an entrancing preserve for the The mountain zebra's coat is characterized by its series of black and white stripes. These vertical lines are thin and relatively close together on the neck The Mountain Zebra , Equus zebra, is a threatened species of equid native to south-western Angola, Namibia and South Africa. It has two subspecies, the Cape
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