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  • Hearst Castle’s baby zebra shows off its racing stripes

    There’s a new energized member of Hearst Castle’s dazzle of zebras. Passerby Michele Sherman of Cambria captured on video the dizzying foal, who ran in circles for nearly 30 minutes. The famous zebras were once part of William Randolph Hearst’s private zoo and now roam freely on the ranch’s 82,000 acres.

Hearst Castle’s baby zebra shows off its racing stripes

There’s a new energized member of Hearst Castle’s dazzle of zebras. Passerby Michele Sherman of Cambria captured on video the dizzying foal, who ran in circles for nearly 30 minutes. The famous zebras were once part of William Randolph Hearst’s private zoo and now roam freely on the ranch’s 82,000 acres.
Courtesy of Michele Sherman