The quagga are an extinct sub species of zebra found in cape province. It was distinguished from the zebra because it has stripes on the front part only and the stripes fade to a brown or redish rear .

Quagga diet

Bieng from the dessert the quagga ate any plant they could find mostly dessert grass and eventually became extinct due to the settlers there who prized their fur
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Cape province

This is the cape province of South Africa where the quagga used to rome before they were extinct.