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The development of the Cape mountain zebra Equus zebra zebra Die Auferstehung des Kapbergzebras Equus zebra zebra






Bongo, 36: 43-46

The development of the Cape mountain zebra Equus zebra zebra Die Auferstehung des Kapbergzebras Equus zebra zebra

This article deals with the historical and recent development of the Cape Mountain zebra (Equus zebra zebra) in the Republic of South Africa.

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