Scientists warn Grevy’s zebra in Kenya threatened with extinction

Number of rare Grevy’s zebra is facing a sharp decline, if no measures are taken, the species will face extinction.
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Kenya Wildlife Service on December 11 reported that the number of zebra rare and fine lines are sharp decline, if no measures are taken, the species will be threatened with extinction.

Wildlife Authority is responsible for species research scientist Charles Musiyueji said the same day, the medium and long term, Grevy’s zebra threatened with extinction, is in a critically endangered species has been attributed to the edge.

He said that in the 1970s, six countries in Africa have Grevy’s zebra, now only found in Kenya and Ethiopia, two countries.

Grevy’s zebra striped body thin and dense, mainly living in the southern and northern Ethiopia, Kenya.By poaching, disease, and lack of water and pasture resources affect their number from 15,000 in the 1970s to the present decline in late 2000. 2000, Grevy’s zebra is listed as an endangered species.

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