In your Zoobooks Wild Horses issue, you read about all different kinds of zebras, including the Grevy’s zebra. You may remember that Grevy’s zebras are different from other zebras in size, weight, body and head shape, and stripe pattern. The Grevy’s zebra is 200 pounds heavier than the plains zebra, and about 5 to 10 inches taller, too.

Earlier this year, a Grevy’s zebra was born at the Bronx Zoo. Her unique brown stripes make her stand out from the crowd, and if she’s not busy galloping around them, she sticks by her parents. Check her out in the video below!

To learn more about this Grevy’s zebra, visit the Bronx Zoo online.