- DISTRIBUTION : South western Angola Namibia and South Africa.
- HABITAT : They occur in a variety of habitats such as grasslands savannas woodlands thorny scrublands mountains and coastal hills.
- BEHAVIOUR AND FOOD HABIT : They are generally social animals that live in small harems to large herds. Zebras communicate with each other with high-pitched barks and whinnying. The unique stripes of zebras make them one of the animals most familiar to people. Their diet consists of grasses, but they may occasionally eat shrubs, herbs, twigs, leaves and bark.
- FOOD SERVED HERE : Soaked gram soaked maize crushed maize vegetables mixture of pumpkin onion and garlic.
- BRIEF DESCRIPTION :
1. BODY LENGTH- 2 to 2.6 m
2. BODY WEIGHT- 350 kg
3. BODY COLOUR - Body with back ground color is black with white stripes.
- LIFE-SPAN : About 23 years.
- THREAT : Habitat loss due to ranching and farming and competition for water with livestock. They are also hunted for their skins.
- CONSERVATION STATUS : Exotic mammal. IUCN Red List 2016 3.1 Vulnerable.