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Only about 2,500 of these beautiful striped donkeys remain. They are the "Grévy's Zebra", a Northern subspecies who are highly adapted to more arid, desert conditions. Adult males can often be seen alone overlooking their harem, which makes them even more vulnerable to predation. I was fortunate enough to capture this male during a drive in Sera Conservancy in Northern Kenya during a split-second opening in the bushes.

The Lone Grévy

  • This stunning image is a custom photographic print on archival Kodak Endura Premier Matt paper for state-of-the-art image stability.

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