Once in the Chyulu Hills National Prak, Kenya, a zebra was noticed roaming with her unique baby. The body of the baby was similar to the donkey but the baby had stripes on back legs.
When the caregivers of the Sheldrick Wildlife Trust examined the unique baby it turned out that it was a zonkey. The mother was a zebra and the father was a donkey. The mixture of donkey and zebra was very cute and immediately attracted everyone with its peculiar look.
However, the examiners claim that the zonkeys are males and it will be unable to breed when it reaches their maturity. Now the mother zebra and her unique zonkey are in the Prak until they will find a zeal or a group of wild zebras.