These are plains zebra or Burchell's zebra, recognizable by stripes that go all the way under the belly, shadow stripes within the white fields, and a long, thick mane that goes well down the back.
Zebra are fairly common in the bush. They are part of the food chain for the big cats.
In America we call them ZEE' bruh. In Africa, they are called ZEB' ruh.
Our guide told us zebra stay together in part as a protective measure.
The patterns run together and some predators think they are one big animal.
We ran across so many zebra that I stopped taking photographs of them.