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What was the quaggas habitat?

Quaggas made their habitats in the plains regions of Southern Africa. The animal has now been extinct for over 100 years.
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Why can't quaggas be cloned?

The main Reason Quaggas can not be cloned is due to the lack of DNA. Scientists have found some DNA but not a full set of 23 pairs of Chromosomes.
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What was a quagga?

The quagga was a recently extinct subspecies of the Plains Zebra. Indigenous to South Africa, it once roamed Cape Province and parts of South Africa in great numbers.   Unl (MORE)
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Is a Quagga a herbivore?

Yes quagga is a hervivore because it is from the horse species and  all horses are herbivores.
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How Quaggas can be recreated?

The quagga is an extinct type of zebra. They cannot be brought back  into existence at this time, although there are DNA samples of the  animal.