Common Zebra or Burchell's Zebra (Equuus burchelli) -
East and South Africa.
Grevy's Zebra (Equus grevyi) - Ethiopia, Somalia, S.
Sudan and North Kenya.
Common Zebra - Broad black stripes go along the back and
extend under the belly. The stripes usually extend down the the
hooves. The mane is short and erect.
Common Zebras - The zebra gathers in large herds for
protection. One foal is born after a 12-month gestation.
Foals suck milk for up to 6 months but begin grazing in the first month.
Grevys Zebra (Equus grevyi) The Grevy's
Zebra is larger than the Common Zebra. The mane of this zebra
stands up straight and has large ears. Their belly is white with
narrow stripes rather close together.