Zebra Adoption
At-a-glance: The Grevy's zebra is native to Northern Kenya, Ethiopia and Somalia. They are characterized by narrow stripes of dark brown or black. They prefer the sub-desert country and dry bushed grassland where they mingle with other species, such as wildebeest, gazelles, and ostriches. Attempts to domesticate the zebra have been unsuccessful. There are approximately only 2000 Grevy's zebras left in the wild, due to land being fenced off for cattle, overgrazing and poaching.
Conservation status: Endangered
Omaha Zoo location: Currently off display - will be a part of the new African Grasslands project

Adoption Benefits
Donation Information
$ 25.00
$ 50.00
$ 125.00
$ 250.00
$ 500.00
$ 1,000.00
Gift/Recipient Information

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