Al Gore - Ice Station Zebra 1968 - New World Encyclopedia online -
A zebra does not change its spots. Al Gore, biography
Jim, just how much do you know about Ice Station Zebra? Ice Station Zebra 1968 starring Rock Hudson & Ernest Borgnine & Patrick McGoohan & Jim Brown & Tony Bill & Lloyd Nolan & Alf Kjellin & Gerald S O’Loughlin & Ted Hartley et al, director John Sturgess, boss to Hudson
Zebra is the common name for various wild, horse-like odd-toed ungulates (Order Perissodactyla) of the family Equidae and the genus Equus, native to eastern and southern Africa and characterized by distinctive white and black (or brown) stripes that come in different patterns unique to each individual. Among the other living members of the Equus genus are horses, donkeys, Przewalski’s horse (a rare Asian species), and hemionids (Onager or Equus hemionus).
There are four extant species of zebra. The plains zebra (Equus quagga), Grevy’s zebra (Equus grevyi), Cape mountain zebra (Equus zebra) and the Hartmann’s mountain zebra (Equus hartmannae). The Cape mountain zebra and Hartmann’s mountain zebra are sometimes treated as the same species. New World Encyclopedia online