Z is for Zebra

The second letter that Dave Wakefield chose to execute.  I like the fact that this is a close up, rather than the whole Zebra.  So nice to see your scribble get better with craft.

Grevy’s Zebras have declined from more than 15,000 is the 1970s to fewer than 2000 today as a result of over hunting and habitat loss. Kenya banned hunting as a result of its impact on many species. Despite the hunting ban they remain at risk due to changes in their environment, habitats and competition with livestock and disease.
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