Hunting this mountain species requires some real climbing to get one, with shots being long and at challenging angles.
Hartmann’s Zebra is a near endemic to Namibia with a secure and stable population of approximately 24 000 animals in the country. These adult mountain zebras have a head and body length of 210 to 260 cm, and a tail length of 40 to 55 cm. Shoulder height ranges from 116 to 150 cm. Adult Hartmann's mountain zebras are slightly larger, with mares averaging 276 kg. Stallions 7 years and older have a mean weight of 343 kg. The most distinguishing characteristic is the presence of a dewlap, or fold of skin, hanging from the throat.
The Hartmann's Mountain Zebra’s legs are striped all the way to their hoofs and they have pronounced dewlaps and white bellies. They are gregarious animals and form family groups of between four to thirteen individuals. Only one breeding stallion is tolerated per group.