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Grevy's Zebra (Equus grevyi)
Image by cliff1066™
Big heads, large and rounded ears, and thick, erect manes make the Grevy's zebra appear more mule-like than other zebras. In fact, many experts consider Grevy's zebras to be striped asses that are not closely related to other zebras. Their coats sport dazzling narrow stripes that wrap around each other in a concentric pattern and are bisected by a black stripe running down the spine. Grevy's zebras live in northern Kenya and southern and eastern Ethiopia. Grevy's zebras inhabit semi-desert areas, including arid grasslands and dusty acacia savannas. The most suitable areas have water year-round.
Image by Sebastian Niedlich (Grabthar)
I don't know if that tiger already had a disorder or something but he ran around the compound from one side to the other.
I liked the fact that you can see the motion in that pic but that he himself is in focus.
Image by ndh
Fun fact: the island's original name was "Isla de los Alcatraces" — "Pelican Island" in Spanish.
PS. That is not a pelican in the photo.