Burchell’s zebras once populated the African plains in great numbers. Wild herds were thought to have disappeared by 1910. When European settlement spread north from the Cape to Rhodesia, this subspecies was believed to have been hunted to extinction. We saw them on eco-safari. When water is abundant, herds can be observed around waterholes, where they drink and roll in dust to remove parasites. Every animal’s hide markings is unique – like a fingerprint.
How close you get to these animals on eco-safari? CLOSE.
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Jeanne Treat is the author of the Dark Birthright Trilogy, a saga that takes place in 17th century Scotland, England, and the Colonies.
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