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English showed the total of a baby Zebra and a donkey

Англичанка показала общего детеныша зебры и осла The zebroid very rarely come to light.

In the English County of Somerset was born cub rare female Zebra and a male donkey.

Kid named Zippy was the second in the United Kingdom, the zebroid, that is, a hybrid of Zebra and other animal species of the family equidae. According to its owner, 39-year-old Christine Turner, she could not believe my eyes when I saw the farm is an amazing and cute creature.

The farmer says she got a Zebra named ziggy a few years ago in the hope that a female will ever produce offspring. The animal is constantly grazing on the field with nine donkeys. Not yet born Zippy, Turner did not even know that her Zebra was pregnant. Now Christine is the hostess of the unusual and incredibly valuable polyolene-polyserena, because such individuals units accrued not only in Britain but throughout the world.

Англичанка показала общего детеныша зебры и осла

Englishwoman says: “last month I woke up, opened the curtains on the window of his bedroom, looked at the farm and suddenly saw this kid standing on four legs and looked directly in my direction. I was shocked to the core”.

Англичанка показала общего детеныша зебры и осла

“I ran downstairs in my pajamas, put on her coat and ran outside to see it up close. Zippy is very cute and funny. From the very first day it has its own character that differentiates it from my other favorites. This half-wild animal, so it is often biting and kicking me, but does it jokingly and always with love.”

Zebroid British women looks like a large donkey striped like a Zebra, feet. While Turner has no plans to sell Zippy’s because the baby is very attached to his mother, once arrived in England from Africa.

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