Lucky stripes

R.A.; Osolinski, Stan
May 1993
Natural History;May93, Vol. 102 Issue 5, p86
Presents a photograph of the courtship ritual of Grevy's zebras at the Buffalo Springs National Reserve in Kenya. Violent nature of the zebras; How they are the largest of the wild equids; How some characteristics of the creatures are considered to be primitive; Consideration of the species listed as endangered; How the males maintain large territories and have exclusive access to receptive females that wander through their domains.


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