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California is widely recognized for its perfect weather, amazing beaches, Hollywood, and…wild zebras?
Sure, Cali is known for its “anything is possible reputation”, but we didn’t think that meant free-range zebras.
Zebras aren’t native to the Americas
However, as wonky as this statement sounds, many animal enthusiasts from all over the globe take a stop along California’s Highway I to admire the exotic beauty of these fascinating animals. What’s interesting about these zebras is that they are not controlled, confined, or monitored by anyone. Sound fishy? Quite the contrary.
It should be noted that Zebras aren’t native to the Americas. In fact, a vast majority of the zebra species, if not all, are found in eastern and southern Africa. So, how did a group of remote animals settle in an area almost 9,000 miles away?