There are roughly 2000 Grevy’s zebras left in the wild, earning them a spot on the endangered species list. Add to that number one more as the Denver Zoo welcomes a baby male zebra.
The baby, named Lakota, was born on November 27th. He is the third Grevy’s zebra to ever be born at the zoo.
Grevy’s zebras differ from other zebras in their appearance. Gervy’s zebras have thinner stripes and white stomachs. They also have longer legs and larger, rounder ears.
In the wild they are found in Kenya and Ethiopia.
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