A Namibia hunting safari offers exceptional trophy hunting, simpler, but luxurious accommodations and uniquely Namibian hospitality.
Zebra Hunting Information
Of the three zebra species, the Plains and Mountain Zebra are the only two that can be legally hunted. Plains Zebra are larger, but have shorter legs. Mountain Zebra have dewlap, and a different stripe pattern including full white belly. Plains Zebra may form large herds, while Mountain Zebra live in small family or bachelor groups.
Plains Zebra is further divided into six subspecies, including Burchell’s and Chapman’s Zebra. It can be hunted in Botswana, Mozambique, Namibia, South Africa, Tanzania, Zambia and Zimbabwe.
The Mountain Zebra is further divided into Cape Mountain Zebra, found the Eastern Cape province of South Africa, and Hartmann’s Zebra, that can be hunted in Namibia and on some hunting operations in South Africa.
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