Equus burchellii boehmi
Grant's Zebra has short, narrow ears and stands at 50 to 55 inches. The weight is from 500 to 700 pounds. The upright mane is of stiff hair. The legs are striped to the hooves. Broad, oblique stripes on the hindquarters are less numerous near the belly, and there is no grid-iron pattern at the base of the tail where the stripes are longitudinal. Stripes are brownish to black. Foals have coarser coats, especially in the back. Zebras have one functional toe on each foot, the middle one.