Chapman’s Zebra

Chapman’s Zebra


Equus burchelli chapmanni

The Chapman’s Zebra is native to the savannahs of Namibia, Botswana, Zimbabwe and Mozambique in Africa.

They live in family groups in the wild and these family groups join together to make a larger herd, known as a Dazzle!

No zebras stripe patterns are the same as another and are completely unique to each zebra.  The Chapman’s Zebra have dark brown stripes.

As herbivores (plant eaters), their diet consists of mainly grasses but also sedges, bark, leaves and buds.

Lifespan – 30 years (captivity)

IUCN Conservation Status – Least Concern


Posted on

June 13, 2018