Hartmann's Mountain Zebra
Dry, stony mountains and hills, with suitable grazing areas.
Tufted grass, bark, leaves, fruit and roots.
Mountain zebra prefer to live in small groups of 7-12 individuals. They are agile climbers, able to live in arid conditions in steep mountainous country.
A single foal is born after a gestation of 11.5 months (350 days).
Habitat degradation and hunting for skin.
Some populations are protected in national parks. There is a European Endangered species Programme (EEP) for this zebra as well as co-operative management of zoo populations world-wide.
- Latin Name: Equus zebra hartmannae
- Class: Mammals
- Order: Perissodactyla
- Family: Equidae
- Conservation status: Vulnerable
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