Suzi Eszterhas brings us a new submission of material covering the critical situation for the endangered Grevy's Zebras in East Aftica. This yearís drought in East Africa has put Grevyís zebra in a crisis situation. With the population already in precariously low numbers, the effects of the current water shortage has impacted this yearís foals, as motherís are unable to produce nutrient rich milk for their offspring. In addition, exhausted Grevyís zebra are now moving vast distances trying to find suitable grazing. And perhaps most tragically, anthrax and droughts go hand in hand. Thirsty zebras dig holes deep in the ground to try and find water, digging up anthrax spores that occur naturally in the ecosystem. The species is extremely vulnerable to such outbreaks, as seen in 2005 when anthrax devastated the global breeding population.