It's Not a Mohawk
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+ Comments It's Not a Mohawk - 2005-09-21 09:00:00
The Masai Mara, famous for its numerous herds of zebras didn't disappoint: they number in the thousands and stretch as far as one could see. When a group is attacked, members form a semicircle and stand guard, ready to bite or strike. Zebras are also quite fast, capable of running at speeds up to 40 miles per hour. This zebra was giving me the stare down, but didn't seem very apt to move. Since zebras need to drink water almost every day, they tend not to stray too far from water holes.