In Africa (where zerbras live )
The Quagga became extinct in the year 1883 i dont know the exact date but i know the year.
Two relatives of the quagga are the plains zebra and the wild horse. There has only been one picture taken of a live quagga.
The quagga created would be to overweight to live for more than 2 and a half years as the "quagga" has too much fat around its heart. also it is not a true quagga.
look some where else
The quagga is an extinct type of zebra from Africa. It is not known exactly how long they could live, but it is thought to be around 20 years.
a Quagga is an extinct sub species of the Zebra.It used to be abundant in the southern part of Africa until about 1870.
The last known living quagga died August 12, 1883 in the Amsterdam zoo.
The Quagga, Equus quagga quagga, is not anctually an individual species, but a subspecies of the Plains Zebra, Equus quagga.
it lives up yours!
the quaggas used to live in the drier parts of South Africa
The first quagga foal of the Quagga Project was born on December 9, 1988. The Quagga Project in South Africa is an effort to re-breed the extinct quagga.
Equus quagga is
The quagga is a consumer.
i think it traveled in packs
Yes, and up to 1880 CE.
The quagga was a subspecies of the plains zebra. The first part is the genus name, the second is the species name of the plains zebra, and the third is the subspecies name of the quagga. The scientific name is Equus quagga quagga.
'Quagga' is not a word in Latin
The height of a Quagga was 52 inches.
Since the Quagga was identified before the Plains Zebra the new classification is Equus Quagga and the Plains zebra (formerly Equus burchelli) is Equus Quagga Burchelli and therefore a subspecies of the quagga.
The quagga was a subspecies of zebra that was native to South Africa. The last quagga died in Amsterdam in 1883.
A quagga weighed 500 to 700 pounds.
The last quagga died in 1883 in an Amsterdam Zoo.