Horse Tigers
Additional Web and Print Resources

Online Resources

We recommend the following Web sites for those interested in subjects presented on the program. All links are valid as of August 23, 2001.

ZebraMania
http://www.homestead.com/NileMusings/ZebraMania.html
Tons of links and information from a zebra fanatic.

Zebra Home Page
http://www.imh.org/imh/bw/zebra.html
Evolutionary history and more from the International Museum of the Horse.

Herds of Information About Zebras
http://www.alumni.caltech.edu/~kantner/zebras/
Just what the name suggests, from zebrologist Michael Kantner.

The Quagga Project
http://www.museums.org.za/sam/quagga/quagga.htm
Learn about the South African Museum’s effort to bring back this unusual zebra.

Grevy’s Zebra
http://animaldiversity.ummz.umich.edu/accounts/equus/e._grevyi$narrative.html
Species information from the University of Michigan.

 

Print Resources

For those interested in the subjects shown in HORSE TIGERS, we recommend the following books.

Grimbly, Shona. ZEBRAS. New York: Marshall Cavendish, 1999.

Joyce, Peter. FROM AARDVARK TO ZEBRA: SECRETS OF AFRICAN WILDLIFE. New York: New Holland, 2000.

Olsen, Sandra L. HORSES THROUGH TIME. Niwot, CO: Roberts Rinehart Publishers, 1998.

Schaefer, Lola. ZEBRAS: STRIPED GRASS-GRAZERS. New York: Bridgestone Books, 2001.

Skinner, J.D. and R.H.N. Smithers. THE MAMMALS OF THE SOUTHERN AFRICAN SUBREGION. Pretoria, South Africa: University of Pretoria Press, 1990.

Swinburne, Stephen. LOTS AND LOTS OF ZEBRA STRIPES: PATTERNS IN NATURE. Portland, OR: Boyds Mills Press, 1998.

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