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There are three different types of zebra, and each type has a specific set of qualities that sets them apart from others:
Plains zebra – Also known as the common zebra, it is the most geographically widespread species of zebra. On average, each plains zebra will have roughly 26 stripes per side.
Mountain zebra – This is a threatened species, and is native to south-western Angola, Namibia, and South Africa. On average, each mountain zebra will have approximately 43 stripes per side.
Grevy’s zebra – Also known as the imperial zebra, this species is the most endangered of all zebra. The Grevy’s zebra is native to Kenya and Ethiopia. On average, each Grevy’s zebra will have around 80 stripes per side.