I'm making a 1:9 model of the extinct quagga for a client, and I've been looking at photos of mounted specimens for details on color and markings. They all appear to be medium brown with cream stripes, not at all like the Amsterdam quagga who was photographed alive. It's a b/w photo, but she clearly looks quite a bit darker than these mounted animals, especially on the mane. Is it possible that these mounted quaggas once did have black and white stripes up front with chestnut behinds? Looking at paintings done at the time is inconclusive.