Definition of Equus burchelli
1. Noun. Of the plains of central and eastern Africa.
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Literary usage of Equus burchelli
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1. A Text-book of Zoology by Thomas Jeffery Parker, William Aitcheson Haswell (1921)
"... Zebra (equus burchelli). (From the Cambridge Natural History.) the limbs very short and thick, the head enormous, with a transversely expanded snout, ..."
2. Our Vanishing Wild Life: Its Extermination and Preservation by William Temple Hornaday (1913)
"BURCHELL'S ZEBRA (equus burchelli typicus).—The foundation type of what now is the Burchell group of zebras, consisting of four or five tub- species of the ..."
3. The Kilima-Njaro Expedition: A Record of Scientific Exploration in Eastern by Harry Hamilton Johnston (1886)
"These horns were brought in to Mr. Johnston by the A-kamba people, who obtain them by killing the animals with poisoned arrows. 35. equus burchelli, var. ..."
4. Nature by Nature Publishing Group, Norman Lockyer (1883)
"Hr differs from the equus burchelli of Regent's Park Garda being larger and differently striped. The stripes of oar «ein were black upon white (not yellow) ..."
5. Sport in East Central Africa: Being an Account of Hunting Trips in by Frederick Vaughan Kirby (1899)
"BURCHELL'S ZEBRA (equus burchelli). Zebras occur throughout the regions under notice, but during the dry season are seldom met with in the interior of the ..."