Taxidermy study of a Burchell's zebra, late 20th century

Taxidermy study of a Burchell's zebra, late 20th century

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A lovely African taxidermy Burchell's zebra head, particularly large and extremely well preserved, designed to be fixed on to a wall. 

The plains zebra (Equus quagga, formerly Equus burchelli) is the most common, and has or had about six subspecies distributed across much of southern and eastern Africa. It, or particular subspecies of it, have also been known as the common zebra, the dauw, Burchell's zebra (actually the subspecies Equus quagga burchellii), Chapman's zebra, Wahlberg's zebra, Selous' zebra, Grant's zebra, Boehm's zebra and the quagga (another extinct subspecies, Equus quagga quagga).

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Condition: perfect

Dimensions: Height 75cm, width: 40cm, depth (nose to wall): 85cm