Zebra Bone Rounds

The Zebra is best known for its black and white striped body. Just like human finger prints the stripes come in different patterns, which are unique to each individual. These stripes are believed to be a form of natural camouflage that helps the zebra’s hide well in the long African grass.

 

We stain and stabilize the shin bone of the zebra. These bones can be used in a variety of ways as a handle.

Gallery

Zebra Bone. Color – Fossil. (9-1/16 x 1-7/64 x 43/64 inch) (230 x 28 x 17 mm)

Zebra Bone. Color – Fossil. (8-55/64 x 1-17/64 x 45/64 inch) (225 x 32 x 18 mm)

Zebra Bone. Color – Bark Cinnamon. (7-9/32 x 1-1/32 x 5/8 inch) (185 x 26 x 16 mm)

Zebra Bone. Color – Fossil. (5-35/64 x 1-7/64 x 1 inch) (141 x 28 x 25 mm)

Zebra Bone. Color – Fossil. (9-41/64 x 1-3/8 x 3/4 inch) (245 x 35 x 19 mm)

Zebra Bone. Color – Black. (8-55/64 x 15/16 x 19/32 inch) (225 x 24 x 15 mm)

Zebra Bone Round. Color – Classic Cinnamon. (5-1/8 x 1-7/64 x 63/64 inch) (130 x 28 x 25 mm)

Zebra Bone. Color – Bark Fossil. (7-9/32 x 1-1/16 x 53/64 inch) (185 x 27 x 21 mm)

Zebra Bone. Color – Black and Grey. (5-19/32 x 1-7/32 x 1-1/16 inch) (142 x 28 x 25 mm)

Zebra Bone. Color – Fossil. (5-63/64 x15/16 x 53/64 inch) (152 x 24 x 21 mm)

Zebra Bone. Color – Black with White. (5-55/64 x 1-7/32 x 1-1/16 inch) (149 x 31 x 27 mm)

Zebra Bone. Color – Grey Fossil. (5-7/16 x 1-7/64 x 1 inch) (138 x 28 x 25 mm)