mountain zebra


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Noun1.mountain zebra - narrow-striped nearly extinct zebra of southern Africamountain zebra - narrow-striped nearly extinct zebra of southern Africa
zebra - any of several fleet black-and-white striped African equines
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The species are: African elephant, African lion, black rhinoceros, white rhinoceros, Jentink's duiker, plains zebra, mountain zebra, hippopotamus, and striped hyena.
you Write to: M.E.N, House, Oldham, Or email: @men-Some of the aspects of the study include research to identify why some wild eastern black rhino populations in Kenya fair better than others, an in-depth report into how environmental change affects Grevy's zebra in Kenya and Cape mountain zebra in South Africa, a study documenting the impact of resource extraction and land-use change on large mammals in Tanzanian National Parks and the establishment of a new conservation physiology lab in Kenya.
I would be hunting some rugged country southwest of Windhoek, where the high escarpment breaks off into the Namib Desert, big, unfenced country where there should be pretty good kudu and free-range mountain zebra. I'd want a bit of power, but also some portability.
Denny Stiner, veteran Illinois bowhunter, had hunted this property the previous year and finally bagged a mountain zebra on the last day and hoped to complete the "Z-Slam" with the Burchell subspecies, possibly the animals his PH has spotted.
Nyala cows sold for N$25000, lechwe breeding herd between N$24000 and N$28000, impalas fetched between N$2715 and N$3150, both Hartman and mountain zebra family groups went for N$6000, giraffes around N$13000 per animal, blesbuck rams around N$1400, blackface impalas for N$10,000 each, and finally black wildebeest for N$4800 per animal.
Trophy Copper through an elegant new Kimber 8400 Select .300 Winchester Magnum in Namibia, chasing tough customers like kudu, mountain zebra, wildebeest, and that notoriously resilient bullet-sponge-of-the-plains, gemsbok.
It is recognized as a conservation success story and its projects include providing refuge for the endangered Cape Mountain Zebra and Clanwilliam Yellow Fish; its support of the Cape Mountain Leopard project; and the Clanwilliam Cedar Tree project; as well as alien vegetation clearing.
Namibia's one million acre Palmwag private concession area in the Namib Desert boasts the largest concentration of these creatures outside a national park, and strong populations of elephant, giraffe, oryx, mountain zebra, and lions, cheetahs and leopards.
Just north of it lies the Ugab River Wilderness Area which is home to specially-adapted desert elephants, giraffe, mountain zebra and the world's largest population of free-roaming black rhinoceros.