The Grevy’s zebra (also known as the imperial zebra) population has declined faster than that of any other African mammal, falling from 15,000 in the 1970s to just 2,350 today. Only half of Grevy’s zebra live in protected areas. So what will save this majestic zebra from extinction? This film follows the efforts of dedicated local residents who have volunteered to work as community scouts and ambassadors for the Grevy’s and to address the threats they face. The film also profiles the bi-annual census conducted by the Grevy’s Zebra Trust. A film by Simon Mukalla. GNV-026