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E. q. selousi
|Equus quagga selousi|
These subspecies have clean black-and-white banding without the brown shadow stripes of the Chapman's zebra subspecies. These are extended down the flanks and over the whole body except face and neck. The upper half is covered with horizontal stripes, mostly faded, that do not go around the legs. The belly is partly striped. Their average mass is 300 kilograms (660 lb), and the average shoulder height is 59inches . Their track measures 121 millimetres (4.8 in) x 89 millimetres (3.5 in).