Though they resemble zebras (at least in the leg department), Okapis are closely related to giraffes, what with their long legs and giant blue tongues. The biggest difference between the two are their necks. They dwell in Central Africa, sometimes venturing to the eastern montane rainforests. They’re herbivores, and eat leaves, grass, fruit, fungi – though the nature of the plant species they eat proves poisonous to humans.

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