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Cost and Trophy fees for a Guided Zebra Hunt

Prices of a zebra hunt range between $4,500 and $7,500, considered moderately affordable for an exotic big game animal hunt, especially one as sought after as the African Zebra. The final total ultimately depends on the size of the animal, trophy fee, rifle or bow hunt, number of days, guide fees, taxidermy fees, quality of accommodations, amenities and services available.

Zebra Hunting Season

All year

Hunting Trophy Zebra

Though they have no horns at all, zebras are mostly hunted for their hides. Few animals are as distinct and well-known as the zebra, and the coat is the reason why. It has fine hair that is striped all over in black and white. These stripes give way to a white underbelly, but they cover most of the animal, and can be incredibly numerous. No two zebras are the same, as they all have unique patters. Many hunters believe that no other animal has a more desirable hide than a zebra.

Physical Characteristics

A zebra is a medium-sized animal about 8 feet long, and it stands between 4 and 5 feet when measured to the shoulder. The male weighs anywhere from 486 to 783 pounds. While the females are still very large, they are slightly smaller, around 386 to 739 pounds. Though they are outliers, some zebras have weighed in excess of 900 pounds. The zebra also has a mane of black hair that stands erect like a mohawk, and it has a tuft of black fur on the end of its tail. The face is often white, but will sometimes have red or orange markings.

Origin, Native Habitat and Countries

The zebra is native to Africa. Within Africa, there are three different types that have different habitats: the Grévys zebra, the plains zebra, and the mountain zebra. The animals live in grasslands, woodlands, savannas, scrublands, coastal hill country, and in the mountains. They especially prefer tall grass and thin trees, where their stripes help them blend in.

Ecology/Behavior/Social Characteristics

The zebra is social, sometimes living in a very large herd. Due to their stripes, these herds make it hard to pick out individual animals when they are all bunched up. Dominant males will create their own harems, gathering a handful of females to mate with. Zebras have not been domesticated, which is interesting since two of their nearest relatives;the donkey and the horse;have been used by humans for generations.

Trophy Zebra Hunts

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