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Zebra Hides

African specialty Zebra hide website

Zebra skulls & cushions for sale

We have in stock a Zebra skull that has the bottom jaw and top skull. The Zebra skull is large skull similar to a horse in size, weight and shape and is of a Burchell Zebra The skulls on this page are the exact skull that you will be buying and have all been obtained from legal government allowed hunting, culling practises in South Africa. We obtain all permits needed to get the skull through to your country. All zebra skulls are cleaned and treated, the skulls are then whitened to a bright clean color. Bleach is not used in the cleaning of the skulls as bleach will damage the skull as it breaks down the bone.

Burchell Zebra skulls and cushions - You are buying the exact hide in the picture

Zebra skulls

Burchell Zebra skull #001

Burchell Zebra skull

$195

A grade Burchell Zebras skull

with bottom jaw

Size: 45cm x 30cm

Weight: 3kg

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Airfreight delivery $96

 
 

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Quality & grading

    We grade our hides as follows

    AA Grade
  • These are the best hides available on the market and  amount to less than 2% of the hides that we get in. Very rare, They are graded by pattern, size and lack of visible scars are the best of the best
  • A Grade
  • These hides are very high quality hides with few natural scars or any hair loss. These hides are very good hides and make for excellent rugs
  • AB Grade
  • These hides are good quality hides that could be A grade but for some small reason such as size, colour pattern or scaring have been classified as not A grade but very close.
  • B Grade
  • Usually smaller skins or larger skins with some natural blemishes.
  • C Grade
  • Mostly skins that are used for upholstery and are smaller or blemished Zebra skins.

Felted Hides

  • If a Zebra hide does not have felt backing this can be added. Felt backing is an additional cost of $90
  • Fun Fact

  • Why do zebras have stripes at all?
  • Scientists aren't sure, but many theories center on their utility as some form of camouflage.
  • The patterns may make it difficult for predators to identify a single animal from a running herd and distort distance at dawn and dusk.
  • Or they may dissuade insects that recognize only large areas of single-colored fur or act as a kind of natural sunscreen.
  • Because of their uniqueness, stripes may also help zebras recognize one another

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