This is what quaggas look like today.

The quagga is a subspecies of plains zebra that lives in South Africa. It was once on a brink of extinction, but conservationist have saved this animal from extinction and was reintroduced back to South Africa, where they are thriving once again. They are very common hebivores that feed on grass. Their main predators are lions and sometimes hyenas and leopards. They were also introduced to North America, where they are replacing the extinct Pleistocene Yukon horses.
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