|An okapi at Disney's Animal Kingdom|
(P.L. Sclater, 1901)
Appearance[change | edit source]
The okapi is has a reddish brown body, a whitish gray face, and white and black stripes on its legs. As it is closely related to the giraffes, the Okapi has a few features that link to a giraffes.
Life[change | edit source]
Okapis usually live alone. After 420 to 450 days of pregnancy the mother gives birth to one baby okapi, which drinks milk for up to 6 months. Okapis become mature when they are 4-5 years old. In captivity Okapis can become 30 or more years old.
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