Cute Zebra MakingLove in Beautiful Nature

Cute Zebra MakingLove in Beautiful Nature

 


Mountain zebras have a polygynous mating system. They form small breeding herds, in which the dominant male mates with the females of the herd. Although they may breed at any time of the year, Cape mountain zebras generally do so in December-January, while Hartmann’s mountain zebras breed between November and April. Females produce offspring at intervals of 1-3 years. The gestation period lasts for as long as 1 year, yielding a single foal. Weaning occurs at 10 months old. Then, between 13 and 37 months old, foals leave their natal herd. Female Mountain zebras start to produce offspring from 3-6 years of age and are able to do so until they are 24 years old.

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Cute Zebra MakingLove in Beautiful Nature


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Cute Zebra MakingLove in Beautiful Nature

Cute Zebra MakingLove in Beautiful Nature

Cute Zebra MakingLove in Beautiful Nature




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