Zebra Jasper has an appearance similar to that of other Jaspers, as she is tall and bulky with patterned skin. She has white skin with wavy dark gray stripes, and a large horn with similar coloration. She also has an unknown amount of eyes, no nose, and defined lips. Her hair is light warm blue and is long and somewhat messy. Her gemstone is on her chest and is light and dark gray.
She wears a black sleeveless shirt with light gray leggings and black boots.
Zebra Jasper is fun-loving and enjoys spending time with her fellow uncorrupted Quartzes.
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- When fused with Angel Aura Quartz, they form Pastel Agate.
- Zebra jasper is a type of quartz with the chemical formula SiO2.
- It is more specifically a type of jasper.
- It gets its name from the fact that it resembles the patterns on a real zebra.
- While most jaspers are usually orange and red, zebra jasper is instead a creamy white color with black stripes.
- It’s also opaque.
- Zebra jasper can be found in numerous African countries. It can also be found in the countries of Russia and India.
- As it is a jasper it is rarely faceted into gemstones but instead tumbled and polished into cabochons for jewelry.
- It has a 7 on the Mohs Hardness Scale, making it strong but still able to be carved and shaped.
- Using zebra jasper is said to help clear away problems with the excretory system, including bladder and kidney conditions.
|Zebra Jasper's gemstone is diamond-shaped and unfaceted. It is located on her chest.|