We only offer Burchell's
zebras. These are
not endangered and are quite common in the wild. There are
more than 240,000 animals living in the wild today. See below
for the difference between Burchell's and Hartmann's species.
Most of our zebra skins come from government-approved herd thinning
implemented to protect and encourage propagation of all species.
Some of the skins are from hunters on safari.
Our Gxx codes denote individual zebra skins. If you would like to order a specific skin, please go to our Galleries to pick the exact one shown.
||Zebra Skin:Mounted **
||Buy on NaturalExotics.com
|| Zebra Skin:Trophy Grade
||Zebra Skin:First Grade**
||Zebra Skin:Second Grade **
|| Zebra Skin:Third Grade **
**out of stock indefinitely
For an explanation of how measurements are
derived, please click here.
Genus and species: Equus burchelli. Wild.
Burchell's zebras are not subject to CITES --the
only ones we offer in the United States.
Product of South Africa or Zimbabwe