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  • The Grevy is a subspecies of zebra found only in Kenya, and it is defined by its large size, its many fine stripes, and its rounded Mickey Mouse ears.

    One From The Hart

  • Both the Grevy's Zebra Scout and Ambassador Programs are complemented by our secondary school education scholarship program called the Grevy's Zebra Bursary Programme.

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  • Certain species such as Grevy’s zebra have undergone severe declines because of competition with livestock for, and often exclusion from, water supplies.

    Ecoregions of Uganda (WWF)

  • Certain species such as Grevy’s zebra have undergone severe declines because of competition with livestock for, and often exclusion from, water supplies.

    Ecoregions of Tanzania (WWF)

  • Certain species such as Grevy’s zebra (Equus grevyi) have undergone severe declines because of competition with livestock for, and often exclusion from, water supplies.

    Northern Acacia-Commiphora bushlands and thickets

  • Tourists are also problematic in some of the protected areas of this ecoregion, harassing species of conservation concern such as Grevy’s zebra and cheetah.

    Northern Acacia-Commiphora bushlands and thickets

  • Don and Iris had established a camp far into the northern frontier, where the Grevy were on the brink of extinction.

    One From The Hart

  • The recipients included such personages as Senator Albert Grevy, brother of the former president; Senator Leon Renault, one of the most esteemed legal minds in France; and a deceased Minister of Agriculture.

    The Path Between the Seas

  • Within an amazingly short time he seemed to know everybody who counted–Charles de Freycinet (four times premier), Hebrard of Le Temps (who introduced him to Clemenceau), Emily Crawford, Ferdinand de Lesseps, Boulanger, President Jules Grevy.

    The Path Between the Seas

  • The ebullient little baron had friends in high places– Adrien Hebrard, publisher of Le Temps; Jules Grevy; General Boulanger, the glamorous new Minister of War; the Radical leader Georges Clemenceau; Premier de Freycinet.

    The Path Between the Seas

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