Exotic Exposé: Grevy Zebra

This article is featured in the Summer 2021 issue of Texas LAND magazine. Click here to find out more.

An up-close look at exotic wildlife

Grevy Zebra

  • Largest & most threatened species of Zebra
  • Tall, Large Ears & Narrow Stripes
  • Can survive up to 5 days without water
Photo Credit: Daniel Verrips Photography

The Grevy Zebra now number at less than 2,000 in the entire world. Their native range is predominantly Kenya with some small groups in neighboring Ethiopia. This native population is estimated to be less than 200 animals with the rest being in zoos and private hands. There is an estimated 100 in Texas.

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