No guesses anyone?
It's not a donkey.
It's not a zebra.
It's not a horse.
It's a QUAGGA!
I wouldn't be surprised if you haven't heard of it. I only have heard of them from a fantasy book. In case you don't know, they're actually extinct. And if you guessed a zebra, bonus points for you. You were almost correct.
I'm sorry you can't get a pet quagga. That would be pretty sweet. Some animal farms do breed things which kind of look like them. But to do so, you likely need all sorts of permits. Not to mention getting a zebra and either a horse or donkey. That really sounds like it'll be a lot of work and is sketchy legality at best. So, this is the closest I will ever get to a quagga, unless I ever make it to Milanese natural history museum.
Last Relatively Daily Dose of Randomness
It's time for another Relatively Daily Dose of Randomness! And here's our topic...
Hedgehogs!!!!!!!! Isn't she adorable?
You know what's awesome about hedgehogs, they can also be called furze-pigs. I've never heard that before but the internet never lies.
You can also have a hedgehog as a pet. Though I know most people don't like pets that are spiny. But if you do, these might be for you. Sorry if you live in Maine, Arizona, California, Georgia, Hawaii, or Pennsylvania. You can't bring home one of these lovable little things because Big Brother says so. But if you'd like, you can borrow Selma here and pretend. Remember how to pretend? If not, ask a toddler.
Disclaimer: I am not, nor have I ever owned a hedgehog. This is not meant to advise them as pets. For all I know, they may try and eat your face off.