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Extinct quagga had a short dark mane 

 

Quagga photoEquus quagga quagg a photo © Frederick York 

 

 
In the mane of the plains zebra, the pale stripes are wider than the dark stripes. The extinct quagga was the only subspecies of this widespread species which had a dark overall appearance; consistent with this dark colouration was its anomalously short mane.
 
Robin and the Honey Badger, 15 March 2016
 
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i.e. more intensely pigmented than the normal colour-morp


 

 

 

 

 

                                        

i.e. more intensely pigmented than the normal colour-morp
Last modified on 04 January 2017

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