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Joubert, E. 1972. Activity patterns shown by Hartmann Zebra Equus Zebra hartmannae in South West Africa with reference to climatic factors. Madoqua, 1(5): 33-52


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Activity patterns shown by Hartmann Zebra Equus Zebra hartmannae in South West Africa with reference to climatic factors.

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Free-living Hartmann zebra at the Daan Vilioen Game Reserve, Khomas Hochland, were studied over a two-year period. Attention was given to nutritional, social, comfort and sanitary activities and the various activity patterns determined. Diferent macro-climatic factors that may influence this behaviour were considered. Although daily activity patterns were variable a basic pattern was perceivable. Keywords: Comfort activities, Defaecation, Disturbance by insects, Dust bathing, Ecology behaviour, Exoreic drainage system, Foals, Grazing, Greeting rituals, Grooming, Hierarchy, Mating, Montane savanna, Nutritional activities, Playing, Social activities, Swakop River, Urination, Vegetation.

Year: 1972

Type: Journal Article

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