Grevy's zebra is the largest of all wild equines. It is 8-9 feet in length from head to tail, with a 15-30 inch tail, and stands 4'7"-5'3" high at the shoulder. They weigh 770-990 pounds. The stripes are narrow and close-set, being broader on the neck, and extending to the hooves. The belly and area around the base of the tail lack stripes. The ears are very large, rounded, and conical. The head is large, long, and narrow, particularly mule-like in appearance. The mane is tall and erect; juveniles have a mane extending the length of the back.