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A herd of quagga.
Basic Information
Real Creature Real Creature

Equus quagga quagga

Nature Nature


Health Points Health Points

Adult: 28 28hearts

Infant: 28 28hearts

Attack Damage Attack Damage

0 (0hearts)


Grid Raw Mammal Herbivore Meat3 Raw Meat

Grid Quagga Skull Skull

Grid Leg Bone Leg bone

Grid Arm Bone Arm bone

Grid Hoof Foot2 Foot

Grid Ribcage (Bone) Ribcage

Grid Vertebrae Vertebrae

Grid Quagga Tooth Tooth

Modeled By Raptorfarian
First appearances


8.0.4 UPDATE

Quaggas ('kwag-uh', "Something Striped") are a type of recently extinct zebra-like prehistoric creatures from the South African plains of the Holocene, added in the 6.3 Build. It is the most recently extinct animal in the mod so far having gone extinct in 1883, after the dodo which went extinct in the 1660's. It is the same size as a normal Minecraft horse and uses the same sounds and mechanics as one.

Unlike the other Cenozoic animals, there is no fossil model of the quagga through tar fossils.

Like most other mobs in the mod, they do not spawn naturally in the world and must be created by the player. As they are mammals, they are obtained through an embryo which needs to be placed into horses.


Quaggas cannot be ordered, fed, or aged like most prehistoric creatures can. As such, they will simply become an adult a short time after being born, like a vanilla animal. They behave like regular Minecraft horses, and run away when attacked. Their predators include Titanis, Phorusrhacos, and Kelenken as well as most other prehistoric predators. Quaggas can wear saddles, horse armor, and chests. They can be bred with golden carrots once tamed.


Quaggas are tamed like normal Minecraft horses. The player must attempt to ride the adult quagga until it allows them to ride it (hearts will appear). Tamed quaggas can be equipped with saddles and chests.


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A player riding a quagga.

A tamed quagga can only be controlled when ridden if it is wearing a saddle (it does not require a whip, as other prehistoric creatures do). It uses the same WASD controls as normal movement. They are as fast as a vanilla Minecraft horse. Water deeper than two blocks should be avoided because it causes the player to dismount.



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Carnivores appear in red. Herbivores appear in green. Omnivores appear in light blue. Piscivores appear in dark blue. Enemies/misc appear in brown. Defense Points means the creature can break blocks. Fire Ball means the creature is an apex predator/boss.
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