At first sight, the Grevy Zebra doesn’t look quite like a zebra. Its large ears look out of place and its belly looks like it has been white-washed – the narrow pyjama stripes not stretching all the way around. The Grevy Zebra is the slightly larger cousin (and largest of all species in the horse family!) of the more familiar Plains Zebra and is seriously endangered. Favouring drier climates, these Grevies were photographed in Kenya’s semi-arid Samburu National Park, lying almost in the centre of the country just above the equator-hugging Mt Kenya.