Burchell's Zebra Hunting Safari in Namibia
Equus quagga burchellii
Females and males are relatively the same size, standing 1.1 to 1.4 meters (3.75 to 4.6 feet) at the shoulder. They weigh between 500 to 700 pounds.
Burchell’s live in small family groups. These can be either harem or bachelor groups, with harem groups consisting of one stallion and one to six mares and their most recent foals, and bachelor groups containing two to eight unattached stallions. They are very vocal and can often be heard. Males tend to fight each other by kicking and biting.
Most common Zebra found in Namibia. The hunt is usually in open plains. They are distinguished by their shadow stripes and stripes coming all the way around its stomach. Stripes down the legs also fade.