Zoological name: There are three living species: the plain
or common or Burchell's zebra (Equus burchelli), Grevy's
or imperial zebra (E. grevyi) and the mountain zebra (E.
Distribution: Zebras are found in Africa.
Habitat: They inhabit in dry areas.
Physical feature: Zebras are characterized in having a long face, sensitive lips, and grass cutting teeth. Like other equids, each foot bears only one functional toe. The most striking feature of these animals is their coat stripes. Like human finger prints, each species has distinct stripe patterns.