The Royal Zoological Society of Scotland (RZSS) has welcomed a new Grevy’s zebra to its small herd at Edinburgh Zoo.
Azizi, a three-year-old female, joined the wildlife conservation charity’s other two zebras, Daniella and Grace, from ZSL Whipsnade Zoo last month.
Grevy’s zebra are the largest of the zebra family and the zoo’s trio can be found their hilltop African Plains enclosure.
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Notes to editors:
- Azizi is a three-year-old female Grevy’s zebra
- Azizi joined Edinburgh Zoo on 13 July from ZSL Whipsnade zoo where she was born
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