Okapi Adoption
At-a-glance: The okapi is the only known living relative of the giraffe. Like the giraffe, the front part of the okapi's body extends much higher than the rear. It has a long black tongue used to gather food and clean its ears, and male okapi have two skin-covered horns on their heads. Okapi also have a horse-like head and zebra-striped legs. The okapi are native to northeastern Zaire in the Ituri rainforest.
 
Conservation status: Endangered
Omaha Zoo location: Next to the Butterfly and Insect Pavilion

Adoption Benefits
Donation Information
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$ 50.00
$ 125.00
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$ 500.00
$ 1,000.00
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