Scientific Name: Equus zebra hartmannae

Found In: Namibia, Angola and South Africa

Size: The Hartmann’s Zebra is considerably large, with a maximum weight of about 750 pounds and a shoulder height of 59 inches.

Diet: Herbivore: Diet primarily consists of grass but also includes leaves and bark

Threat Level: Vulnerable: Primary threats to the mountain zebra include competition with domestic livestock, hunting and persecution, habitat loss due to conversion to agriculture and two subspecies breeding leading to loss in diversity.

Facts: Females produce a single foal every one to three years, after a gestation of approximately one year.

Virginia Zoo Zebras: females Rose, Ruuxa, Abbey and Zelda