Like all zebras, the Grevy's zebra has a coat consisting of alternating black and white stripes. It's the largest zebra species, with adults standing up to five feet tall at the shoulder and weighing up to 900 pounds. The belly and hindquarters are white, and the animal's mane stands erect from head to shoulders.
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