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'''Zebras''' were [[Earth]]-native [[mammal]]s related to [[horse]]s. In the wild, they were natural prey for [[lion]]s. ([[PROSE]]: ''[[Birthright (novel)|Birthright]]'')
 
'''Zebras''' were [[Earth]]-native [[mammal]]s related to [[horse]]s. In the wild, they were natural prey for [[lion]]s. ([[PROSE]]: ''[[Birthright (novel)|Birthright]]'')
   
The [[First Doctor]] once commented upon an engraving found aboard the [[Ark]] that apparently depicted a zebra with two heads. ([[TV]]: ''[[The Ark]]'')
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The [[First Doctor]] once commented upon an engraving found aboard the [[Ark]] that apparently depicted a two-headed zebra. ([[TV]]: ''[[The Ark]]'')
   
 
[[Redvers Fenn-Cooper]] had killed at least one zebra. He took its head as a trophy and had it displayed on a wall in [[Gabriel Chase]] in [[1883]]. ([[TV]]: ''[[Ghost Light]]'')
 
[[Redvers Fenn-Cooper]] had killed at least one zebra. He took its head as a trophy and had it displayed on a wall in [[Gabriel Chase]] in [[1883]]. ([[TV]]: ''[[Ghost Light]]'')

Revision as of 02:40, December 22, 2012

Zebra engraving

The First Doctor examines a zebra engraving aboard the Ark. (TV: The Ark)

Zebras were Earth-native mammals related to horses. In the wild, they were natural prey for lions. (PROSE: Birthright)

The First Doctor once commented upon an engraving found aboard the Ark that apparently depicted a two-headed zebra. (TV: The Ark)

Redvers Fenn-Cooper had killed at least one zebra. He took its head as a trophy and had it displayed on a wall in Gabriel Chase in 1883. (TV: Ghost Light)

On an unnamed planet in another dimension, partially inhabited by ex-Tellac miners, K9 discovered some zebra living amongst a whole kingdom of Earth animals from widely different periods of evolutionary history. (PROSE: K9 and the Missing Planet)

The Second Doctor and Jamie once used a herd of animals — which included zebras — to stampede a group of Quarks. (COMIC: Jungle of Doom)

The Seventh Doctor and Ace saw zebras living in the Ngorogoro Crater in March 1926. (PROSE: Prelude Birthright)

The genetic cousin of the zebra, according to both the Tenth Doctor and The I-Spyder Book of Earth Creatures, was the quagga, a brown-and-white striped variant that went extinct on Earth in the 19th century. (PROSE: The Last Dodo)

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