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Okapi - Half-Zebra Half-Giraffe (14 pics)

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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.

1 Okapi - Half-Zebra Half-Giraffe (14 pics)


2 Okapi - Half-Zebra Half-Giraffe (14 pics)


3 Okapi - Half-Zebra Half-Giraffe (14 pics)


4 Okapi - Half-Zebra Half-Giraffe (14 pics)


5 Okapi - Half-Zebra Half-Giraffe (14 pics)




6 Okapi - Half-Zebra Half-Giraffe (14 pics)


7 Okapi - Half-Zebra Half-Giraffe (14 pics)


8 Okapi - Half-Zebra Half-Giraffe (14 pics)


9 Okapi - Half-Zebra Half-Giraffe (14 pics)


10 Okapi - Half-Zebra Half-Giraffe (14 pics)


11 Okapi - Half-Zebra Half-Giraffe (14 pics)


12 Okapi - Half-Zebra Half-Giraffe (14 pics)


13 Okapi - Half-Zebra Half-Giraffe (14 pics)


14 Okapi - Half-Zebra Half-Giraffe (14 pics)


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№1 Author: adzhoe (23 Sep 2010 03:27) Total user comments: 14959


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wow, never seen that before.
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№2 Author: Brian_Connery (23 Sep 2010 04:34) Total user comments: 332


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i think we're all wondering the same thing
HOW THE HELL DID A GIRAFFE MATE WITH A ZEBRA

i bet that was WAY awkward for both animals 05
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№3 Author: hof (23 Sep 2010 04:41) Total user comments: 200


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nice trousers :)
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№4 Author: mahedi (23 Sep 2010 11:09) Total user comments: 10770


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OK
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№5 Author: pawzuzu (23 Sep 2010 12:49) Total user comments: 213


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Interesting.. but yes I can't help but wonder how it happened either :P
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№6 Author: galz (23 Sep 2010 14:59) Total user comments: 2043


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№7 Author: 2fuzzy (23 Sep 2010 15:31) Total user comments: 10400


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interesting
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№8 Author: doelbodho (23 Sep 2010 17:32) Total user comments: 332


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new species.. 04
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№9 Author: Naphia (23 Sep 2010 17:50) Total user comments: 1071


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As a child they were my favorite animals in the zoo (because their stripes.) 01
little info: Okapis belong to the family of giraffidae (like giraffes) and not to the equidae (like zebras).
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№10 Author: Lu (23 Sep 2010 21:03) Total user comments: 15013


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Technicolor Donkey Avatar?
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№11 Author: jacksonhuang100 (23 Sep 2010 21:16) Total user comments: 116


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№12 Author: raymond.wendt (24 Sep 2010 05:43) Total user comments: 9111


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