EQUUS GREVYI PDF

Scientific name. Equus grevyi. Weight. to kilograms ( pounds). Size. to centimeters in length ( inches). Life span. 12 to 13 years. Learn more about the Grevy’s zebra – with amazing Grevy’s zebra videos, photos and facts on Arkive. IUCN ENDANGERED (EN). Facts about this animal. The Grevy’s zebra is the largest of the three zebra species, with a body weight of up to kg. The black.

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Grevy’s zebras are extremely mobile and some individuals have been known to move distances of greater than 80 kilometers. This gradually darkens to black as the zebra ages. Herbivore An animal that consumes only vegetable matter. Over the past three generations 30 years there was a population reduction of 54 percent from an estimated population of 5, in the s.

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Grevy’s Zebra

In recent years, Grevy’s zebras have become increasingly concentrated in the south of their range due to habitat loss in the north. Grevy’s zebras live in northern Kenya and a few small areas of southern Ethiopia. Foals are born with brown and white striping, with the brown stripes darkening as they grow older. Behavioral Ecology and SociobiologyVol.

They have social structures. Grevy’s zebra foals are born with a coat that has reddish-brown or russet stripes instead of the black of adults.

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Extensive savannas are found in parts of subtropical and tropical Africa and South America, and in Australia. Peaks usually occur in May and June, the period of long rains, and in November and December, the period of short rains.

The newborn frees itself from the amniotic membranes and crawls towards its mother’s head.

Grevy’s Zebra – Equus grevyi : WAZA : World Association of Zoos and Aquariums

Foals can run less than an hour after birth. Males play little to no role in caring for the young, females are solely responsible for caring for the young. Birth normally takes place lying down, with the young’s hoofs appearing first, and gfevyi emergence in 7 to 8 minutes. Current estimates place the number of Grevy’s zebras in Kenya between 1, and 2, This rare species also occurs mostly outside protected areas in communally-owned land and ranches where livestock-keeping is the principal livelihood 7.

Wildscreen With – Tom Hooker: While the foal will not likely be his, the stallion will look after it to ensure that the female stays in his territory. Status Survey and Conservation Action Plan’. Within grevi herd, dominance is relatively nonexistent, except for the right a territorial grsvyi has to a breeding female.

Grevy’s zebras can digest many different types and parts of plants that cattle cannot. Cape mountain grwvyi Equus zebra zebra Hartmann’s mountain zebra Equus zebra hartmannae.

Grévy’s zebra

Retrieved 21 June Grevy’s zebras can survive up to a week without water, but will drink daily when it is plentiful. Recent research has suggested, however, that they may serve a social function and may stimulate grooming 5.

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Equidae Evolution of the horse Wild horse Domestication of the horse. To cite this page: African wild ass E. Geographic Range Grevy’s zebras live in northern Kenya and a few small areas of southern Ethiopia.

Grevy’s zebras are water dependent and will often migrate to grasslands within daily reach of water. Mares become sexually mature at grwvyi to four years and give birth to a single foal after a gestation period of 13 months every couple of years 2.

Grévy’s zebra – Wikipedia

Foals are brown with reddish-brown stripes, and gradually their coats darken to black. It is distinguished by its unique stripes, which are as distinctive as human fingerprints. In Kenya, important protected areas include the Buffalo SpringsSamburu and Shaba National Reserves and the private and community land wildlife conservancies in Isiolo, Samburu and the Laikipia Plateau.

Males are territorial and claim prime watering and grazing ggrevyi. ADW doesn’t cover all species in the world, nor does it include all the latest scientific information about organisms we describe.

Retrieved April 6, Newborn foals can walk just 20 minutes after being born and run after an hour, which is a very important survival adaptation for this cursorial, migrating species. Oustalet[4]. Males use sounds grevi visual cues to assert their dominance.