Hartmann's mountain zebra occurs naturally in the Northern Cape and Free State Provinces of South Africa as well as Namibia. They’re similar to their burchells zebra in their habits, but as their name implies, feel more at home in the mountains. Hunting hartmann's mountain zebra in South Africa is a conservation success story and their hunting value has helped conserve their unique habitat.
Hartmann's mountain zebra differ from a burchells Zebra in the following ways
-they have no shadow stripes
-their bellies are white and stripes don’t extend around the belly
-they have a dewlap and a yellow/orange tinge above their nose
Hartmann's Zebra make an excellent hide and are fully exportable to all countries. Hunting Hartmann's Zebra in South Africa is even more challenging given their preferred mountain habitat.
They’re heavy animals and a well-constructed bullet is required to put them down.