Definition of Common zebra
1. Noun. Of the plains of central and eastern Africa.
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Literary usage of Common zebra
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1. The Cambridge Natural History by Sidney Frederick Harmer, Arthur Everett Shipley (1902)
"Professor Ewart thinks that the common zebra, ... The common zebra has closer and darker stripes than Bur- ..."
2. The New American Cyclopaedia: A Popular Dictionary of General Knowledge by George Ripley (1858)
"The best known and the handsomest U Ü« common zebra ... it resembles the horse mort than the common zebra does ; its voi« 'ч i shrill, abrupt neigh, ..."
3. The National Zoological Park: A Popular Account of Its Collections by Ned Hollister (1919)
"It has a much longer and narrower head than the common zebra and is a more handsome animal. The two males in the park weigh 850 and 880 pounds. ..."
4. Studies in the Evolution of Animals by Emanuel Bonavia (1895)
"common zebra, from a photograph by Mr. Gambler Bolton, FZS The three Figs. ... They represent three variations of Zebra, viz., the common Zebra, ..."