Zebras are equids and in the Masai Mara they are the Plains Zebra. The fourth Mughal emperor Jahangir (r.1605–24), commissioned a painting of the zebra, which was completed by Ustad Mansur, who was a court painter that flourished between 1590-1624. He excelled at depicting plants and animals. He was the earliest artist to depict the Dodo in colour, and the first to illustrate the Siberian Crane. He gained the prefix of ustad (=master) and the title of Nãdir-al-’Asr , which means "Unequalled of the Age".
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