I kept the best for this post which I share with on Eileen's meme.
I give you Burchell's Zebra (Equus burchilli)
There were several mares with young
A close-up of what seemed to be the smallest zebra baby there...
Burchell's Zebra's body stripes are less numerous and broader than that of the Cape Mountain Zebra, whereas body stripes extend around the belly. Leg striping is less prominent. Measures 1.3 to 1.4 meters at the shoulder and weighs 300-320 Kg. They have rounded ears approximately 160-170 mm long. Front portion of mane forms a black tuft between the ears. Diet is predominantly a grazer, feeding in areas with short grass.
It's a non-seasonal breeder; foals may be born in any month. However, under optimal conditions more foals are born during summer. After a gestation period of 360-390 days, a single foal is born, which weighs 30-35 Kg. Foals are weaned at the age of 11 months.
The Burchell's Zebra lives in small family units. Water holes in conjunction with favored grazing areas attract family groups which collectively congregate in large numbers. They are often seen in close association with Wildebeest, other plains Antelope and Baboons.
I'm linking to Eileen's Saturday Critters post here
May you all have a wonderful Saturday!