Satara Summer 2021 – Dazzling Zebras

You’d be hard pressed to find more photogenic animals in Africa than zebras, and they’re not boring to watch either. This is just a few of the photographs of Plains Zebras that Joubert and I collected during our December 2021 visit to the Kruger National Park.

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  1. Anne

    I enjoy these photographs very much and agree that zebras get that photo-trigger ginger itching. The header portrait is particularly beautiful and I like the three heads together. The markings on every zebra is different – even each side of a zebra is different – small wonder that they are so eye-catching 🙂

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    1. de Wets Wild Post author

      Thank you very much, Anne. What fascinates me even more than the uniqueness of each zebra’s pattern is how those stripes blend together when they move as a group – especially when moving through mopane! I can see why scientists think it confuses a predator.

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