It’s true that no two zebras have the same stripe patterns, see if you can spot the differences on the Serengeti Plain.

Busch Gardens® Tampa Bay is home to three species of species, including Grevy's, Grant's and Hartmann's zebras. View the zebras on a Serengeti Safari® and Serengeti Railway train ride.

A Closer Look

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.

Ask an Educator

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 Skyride, Serengeti Railway, Edge of Africa® and on a Serengeti Safari® tour.