In May 1984, a horse gave birth to a zebra in Kentucky

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different chromosome numbers and the presence of another subspecies tolerate and sustain this pregnancy. This is very, very significant. The next 24 hours are critical. Doctors are waiting to see if the horse will accept the Zebra as its own, and our milk is poisonous. What is the story of the horse with the baby zebra? Yes, that’s what I want to know. Where’s Dad? The real mother of the child. Gimpy. The zebra is waiting. In fact, it should be any day. So what’s his name? Soon there will be *** brother or sister, or half-brother, or half-sister, he will not be the only child for long.

This is a day in history: in May 1984, a horse gave birth to a zebra in Kentucky


On May 17, 1984, at the Louisville Zoo in Kentucky, she gave birth to an EQ zebra by transferring embryos to a quarter of Kelly’s horse. It was the first successful embryo transfer from exotic to domestic horses, which scientists hoped could help increase the shrinking population. At first, experts were unsure that the horse would adopt a zebra cub. They were also worried that horse milk could be poisonous to the zebra. EQ died in 1999 at the Houston Zoo. See the full story in the player above.

On May 17, 1984, at the Louisville Zoo in Kentucky, she gave birth to an EQ zebra by transferring embryos to a quarter of Kelly’s horse.

It was the first successful embryo transfer from exotic to domestic horses, which scientists hoped could help increase the shrinking population.

At first, experts were not sure that the horse would bring a baby zebra. They were also worried that horse milk could be poisonous to the zebra.

EQ died in 1999 at the Houston Zoo.

See the full story in the player above.

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