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Grant Zebra

 

This northern subspecies is vertically striped in front, horizontally on the back legs, and diagonally on the rump and hind flanks. Shadow stripes are absent or only poorly expressed. The stripes, as well as the inner-spaces, are broad and well defined. Northerly specimens may lack a mane. Grant’s zebras grow to be about 120 to 140 centimetres (3.9 to 4.6 ft) tall, and generally weigh about 300 kilograms (660 lb).[3] The zebras live in family groups of up to 17 or 18 zebras, and they are led by a single stallion. Grant’s zebras live an average of 20 years.

Blue Wildebeest

 

The blue wildebeest exhibits sexual dimorphism, with males being larger and darker than females. The blue wildebeest is typically between 170–240 cm (67–94 in) in head-and-body length. The average height of the species is 115–145 cm (45–57 in).[19] While males weigh up to 290 kg (640 lb), females seldom exceed 260 kg (570 lb).[20] A characteristic feature is the long, black tail, which is around 60–100 cm (24–39 in) in length.[19] All features and markings of this species are bilaterally symmetrical for both sexes.[21] The average life span is 20 years in the wild[22] and 21 years in captivity. The oldest known captive individual lived for 24.3 years

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