Source: The Dodo People on a safari spotted a baby zebra who was stuck in between two trees. They freed the baby and were rewarded by being able to watch her reunite with her parents.
The Dodo City Boy the zebra is obsessed with eating breakfast with his mom and even learned how to let himself into the house! Watch him chill inside, steal his family’s clothes and make a new friend!
Source: The Dodo “This cool zebra’s favorite thing to do is take care of the baby cows at her sanctuary”
Source: The Dodo Wild Hearts “Wash your minds and hearts out with this…Zebras are very close to the hearts of both Terry and myself. We were lucky enough to spend several weeks with the herds migrating from Kenya into the Serengeti in Tanzania several years ago, it was […]
Source: Multiple If you thought baby donkeys were cute, wait until you get a load of this zonkey! A zebra at the Chyulu Hills National Park in Kenya was recently found with a peculiar-looking foal by her side. It had stripes, but they weren’t dark and barely covered […]
by R.T. Fitch “I had trouble sleeping last night, it was not just the thunder from storms providing much needed rain but instead it was the story we posted, yesterday, about the deaths of the two incarcerated Zebras in Texas seeking their freedom and paying for that God […]
By Kelsey Bradshaw as published on The Statesman “The idea of loose zebras in Central Texas had been a humorous one until news of the animals’ deaths came on Thursday…” A tale of an equine escape by a pair of zebras in New Braunfels on Wednesday ended sadly when […]
“My wife and our resident photographer, Terry, may get miffed but I am going to start leaking out a few pics of our global quest to follow and document wild horse migrations and activities on other continents. Her fear is that it may be pretentious but our hearts […]
Release from the FieldMuseum.org Study found that human-modified landscapes shrink mammal movements by up to half Human beings take up a lot of real estate — around 50-70 percent of the Earth’s land surface. And our increasing footprint affects how mammals of all sizes, from all over the […]
by Rebecca Harrington as published in the Tech Insider The uniform coat-colors of these domesticated horses seem to have cropped up just around the time we started using them on our farms. When humans first started domesticating wild horses around 5,000 years ago, their coats were likely closer […]