Brotherly love is clearly shown in this photograph of Grevy’s Zebras. These zebras are the largest living wild member of the horse family and can only be found in Kenya and Ethiopia. Unfortunately, they are the most endangered of all zebras. As recently as the 1970s, fifteen-thousand Grevy’s Zebras were estimated in the wild. Today, the population has declined to under 3500. That’s a 75% decline! For more information about this magnificent animal and to help save them from extinction, please visit Grevy’s Zebra Trust.
Shadows and Stripes