A very beautiful animal, resembling te quagga in some respects, but having the coloring of a zebra.

Dauw

A very beautiful animal, resembling te quagga in some respects, but having the coloring of a zebra.

Quagga, a striped wild ass, related to the zebra, but now extinct.

Quagga

Quagga, a striped wild ass, related to the zebra, but now extinct.

An extinct subspecies of the zebra.

Quagga

An extinct subspecies of the zebra.

A hoofed, herbivorous mammal found in Africa. It is known for its distinct and regular stripes of black or brown on a white background.

Zebra

A hoofed, herbivorous mammal found in Africa. It is known for its distinct and regular stripes of black…

Zebra, a popular name for any of the striped forms of the genus Equus.

Zebra

Zebra, a popular name for any of the striped forms of the genus Equus.

A zebra

Zebra

A zebra

An animal resembling the horse, and showing external characteristics found in the ass. It resembles the latter in having no warts on the legs, in the tail being covered with long hairs only toward the extremity, and in the full and arched neck having an erect and stiff mane.

Zebra

An animal resembling the horse, and showing external characteristics found in the ass. It resembles…

A member of the horse family native to central and souther Africa.

Zebra

A member of the horse family native to central and souther Africa.

The zebra is an ungulate from the Equidae family known for its black and white stripes.

Zebra

The zebra is an ungulate from the Equidae family known for its black and white stripes.

An African equid best known for their distinctive black and white stripes.

Zebra

An African equid best known for their distinctive black and white stripes.

"Zebra is a popular name for any of the striped forms of the genus Equus; thus embracing the quagga, the true zebra, and Burchell's zebra. In all three the external characters are those of the ass rather than of the horse; the legs are without warts, the tail is furnished with long hairs only toward the extremity, the neck is full and arched, and the mane stiff and erect. All the species of this division are rapidly vanishing before advancing civilization, and in all probability will become extinct before very many years."—(Charles Leonard-Stuart, 1911)

Burchell's Zebra

"Zebra is a popular name for any of the striped forms of the genus Equus; thus embracing the quagga,…