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Opaki - Half-zebra Half-giraffe


Okapi is a member of the giraffe family that looks like a cross between a zebra and a giraffe. There are 10,000 to 20,000 okapis living in the forests of Congo. And it's the only place on the planet where these animals can be found in the wild.















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12 comments:

  1. Heading is misspelled!!!

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  2. This is also incorrect. This animal can be seen in various zoos around the country including Columbus and San Diego, as well as at Animal Kingdom in Disneyworld.

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    1. Well it said in the wild

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    2. why make stupid comments? why?

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  3. Just seen them today at lowry park zoo (Tampa Zoo)

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  4. Just seen them today at lowry park zoo (Tampa Zoo)

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  5. first time seeing it today at jacksonville zoo...

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  6. first time seeing it today at jacksonville zoo...

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  7. U guys are retarded. This post said Congo is the only place in the world they are found WILD

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  8. why you say they are retarded where else can they be found in the wild if found in zoo they are not wild humans take care of them they might be in wild habitat

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  9. There's been reports of wild opaki in the remote jungles of papau New Guinea brought there by Somalian pirates off the coast of Africa

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