Two-tone beast that sleeps standing up

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Last seen on: NY Times Crossword 26 Jun 19, Wednesday

Random information on the term “ZEBRA”:

E. q. quagga E. q. burchelliiE. q. boehmiE. q. borensisE. q. chapmaniE. q. crawshayiE. q. selousi

The plains zebra (Equus quagga, formerly Equus burchellii), also known as the common zebra, is the most common and geographically widespread species of zebra. Its range is fragmented, but spans much of southern and eastern Africa south of the Sahara. Six subspecies have been recognised including the extinct quagga which was thought to be a separate species. However, more recent research supports variations in zebra populations being clines rather than subspecies.

The plains zebra is intermediate in size between the larger Grevy’s zebra and the smaller mountain zebra; and tends to have broader stripes than both. Great variation in coat patterns exists between clines and individuals. The plain zebra’s habitat is generally, but not exclusively, treeless grasslands and savanna woodlands, both tropical and temperate. They generally avoid desert, dense rainforest, and permanent wetlands. Zebras of all ages are preyed upon by lions, spotted hyenas, crocodiles, cheetahs, and African wild dogs. The plains zebra is a highly social species, forming harems with a single stallion, several mares, and their recent offspring; bachelor groups also form. Groups may come together to form herds. The animals keep watch for predators; they bark or snort when they see a predator, and the harem stallion attacks predators to defend his harem.

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