Busch Gardens® Tampa Bay is home to three species of species, including Grevy's, Grant's and Hartmann's zebras. It’s true that no two zebras have the same stripe patterns, see if you can spot the differences on the Serengeti Plain®. View the zebras on a Serengeti Safari® and Serengeti Express train ride.

Grant's zebras have stripes down the legs to the hooves. They have broad, dark stripes on a white background that meet under the belly. Herds consist of many distinct groups with strong individual differences within a single population. Family groups are permanent associations and within the family, only the family stallion is permitted to mate with mares in the family.

Q: Where do Grant’s zebras live in the wild?

BG: Grant's zebras are located on the grasslands and savannas of East Africa.

Q: How large are Grant’s zebras?

BG: Grant's zebras reach 8 feet in length, 4 to 4.5 feet in height and can weigh 660 pounds.

Q: Where can I see zebras at Busch Gardens Tampa Bay?

BG: You can view zebras from the SkyrideSerengeti Railway, Edge of Africa® and on a Serengeti Safari® tour.