A zebra at Chyulu Hills National Park in Kenya has given birth to a never seen specie called a ‘zonkey’ after it mated with a male donkey.
The zebra at the Chyulu Hills National Park in Kenya was spotted with tiny foal by a Zebra’s side. It had stripes, but they weren’t dark and barely covered her body.
When the staff at the Sheldrick Wildlife Trust inspected the foal, they discovered it wasn’t a zebra, but a Zonkey.
Sharing photos of what has been referred to as a “zonkey” by the staffs, the rescue group echoes:
“It’s a Zonkey!
“We’re happy to report that mum and baby are thriving,” said the rescue group in a news release.
“Their new home is in an area that isn’t plagued by heavy predation and thanks to the lush conditions, water and grass plentiful it is a good place to call home.”