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Beautiful shot of Burchell’s zebra. It is an animal so common in Etosha National Park that we forget their beauty.

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Burchell’s Zebra  Equus quagga burchellii

Burchell’s zebra is a southern subspecies of the plains zebra. It is named after the British explorer and naturalist William John Burchell.

These magnificent animals are plentiful in the Etosha National Park which surrounds the Etosha Pan in northern Namibia. Herds numbering in the hundreds are commonplace in this part of Namibia.

These fine specimens were photographed on the Andoni Flats in the north eastern part of ENP.

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Published by Mariette du Toit

Namibian born and raised, I am the owner Mariette du Toit Photography - where I share photos of the beautiful people I capture in my unique Namibian documentary style and Travelling Namibia where I share travelling tips with travellers across the globe through reviews on the lodges and campsites that I visit.

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