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The Quagga is a medium-sized extinct ungulate from Africa. It is an adoptable animal in Wildlife Park and Wildlife Park 3.

Description

The Quagga is a subspecies of the Plains Zebra native to South Africa. Although very similar in size to other zebras, it was distinguished by the fact its stripes, which were brown and white, were limited to the front of the body - the rear was brown without stripes. The amount of stripes and how far down the body they go varied between individuals. It is possible that the quagga got its name due to its alarm call.

Although believed to have been quite common, comparatively little is known about the quagga's behaviour, although like other plains zebra subspecies, it probably lived in herds. It was extensively hunted by Dutch settlers due to competition with domestic livestock and was hunted to extinction by 1878. The last known individual died at Natura Artis Magistra zoo in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, on August 12 1883.

Wildlife Park

The Quagga is an adoptable animal in Wildlife Park and was added as part of the Wild Creatures expansion pack. Like other extinct animals, the quagga cannot be adopted normally at first - instead, it must be bred back by the Burchell's Zebra. Once a foal has been born, other quagga can be adopted.

Quaggas are capable of jumping over low-height fences so a high-height enclosure would be suitable. Their daily needs and enrichments include hay, mineral, water, jumping and running. In terms of environment, they prefer 50% of ground hardness and wasteland plants.

Wildlife Park 3

The quagga is an adoptable animal in Wildlife Park 3 and was added as part of the Africa expansion pack. Their daily food and enrichment necessities include grass, mineral, water and jumping. They prefer having a minimum herd of 6, with 30 as the maximum number of herds.

Diseases

These are the list of diseases that the said animal can suffer from:

AHS Anxiety Apathy Babesiosis
Bronchitis Caries Conjunctivitis Cut
Deficiency Dehydration Diarrhea Eczema
Gangrene Gastric Ulcer Iodine Deficiency Mesostigmata
Splinter Tuberculosis Vasculitis Wry Neck
Heat Exhaustion Oil Toxication

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Wildlife Park animals
Base Game Blue PeafowlAmerican FlamingoKing PenguinMasai OstrichGalapagos TortoiseNile CrocodileAlpine IbexThomson's GazelleArabian OryxBisonReindeerPere David's DeerElkOkapiGiraffeLlamaDromedaryWarthogHippopotamusBurchell's ZebraBlack RhinocerosRed KangarooIndian ElephantAfrican ElephantSea LionWalrusGreat White SharkKiller WhaleBottle-Nosed DolphinGorillaOrangutanChimpanzeeRaccoonGrizzly BearKoalaGiant PandaPolar BearWolfWhite TigerCougarLeopardBlack PantherJaguarBengal TigerLion
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Wildlife Park 3 animals
Base Game African ElephantBengal TigerBisonBlack RhinocerosBlue WildebeestBurchell's ZebraCalifornia Sea LionChimpanzeeCougarElasmotheriumGiant PandaGiraffeGorillaGrizzly BearHippopotamusJaguarKing PenguinLeopardLionMeerkatPolar BearSmilodonSnow LeopardThomson's GazelleWoolly Mammoth
Dino Invasion AnkylosaurusPachycephalosaurusParasaurolophusProtoceratopsStegosaurusStyracosaurusTriceratopsTyrannosaurus RexUtahraptorVelociraptor
Alaska Alaskan King CrabAlaskan MooseArctic FoxArctic WolfBelugaBlack BearBlack-Tailed DeerCanadian LynxCaribouDall SheepHumpback WhaleNarwhalNorthern River OtterOrcaRocky Mountain GoatSnowshoe HareWhite-Sided DolphinWolf
Creatures of the Carribean American CrocodileAmerican FlamingoBlacktip SharkBlue MarlinBluefin TunaBrown PelicanCommon DolphinfishGiant FrogfishGoliath GrouperGreat Hammerhead SharkGreen Sea TurtleHawksbill Sea TurtleLeatherback Sea TurtleManta RayMermaidOcean SunfishParrotfishStriped DolphinTiger SharkWhale Shark
Down Under Australian PelicanBlacktip Reef SharkBull SharkCommon DolphinCommon WombatDingoDwarf SawfishEmuFlatback Sea TurtleFreshwater CrocodileGreat White SharkGreater CormorantKoalaNumbatPerentiePlatypusRed KangarooSouthern CassowaryThylacineWhitetip Reef Shark
Amazonas Amazonian Brown BrocketAmazon River DolphinAmazonian ManateeBlack CaimanBrazilian TapirCapybaraCollared PeccaryGiant AnteaterGuanacoMacraucheniaManed WolfMargayNine-Banded ArmadilloOcelotScarlet IbisSpectacled Bear
Africa African BuffaloBlack-Backed JackalBongoCommon OstrichCommon WarthogDromedaryGiant Sable AntelopeGreater KuduMandrillNile CrocodileOkapiQuaggaRed River HogSouth African OryxSpotted Hyena
Asia Axis DeerBactrian CamelBlackbuckEurasian LynxFishing CatIndian ElephantIndian RhinocerosKomodo DragonMalayan TapirOrangutanPacific WalrusPrzewalski's Wild HorseRed PandaSaigaTakin
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