This video from London zoo in England says about itself:
July 16, 2013
Baby Okapi calf Daphne has started venturing out and exploring her home for the first time and is already giving her mum Elila the run around.
Fast Fact Attack: Endangered Species No. 87 – The Okapi: here.
- London Zoo (helpmemakeadifferenceblog.wordpress.com)
- Notoriously shy Okapi takes her first steps outside as she makes her first public appearance (dailymail.co.uk)
- ‘Forest Giraffe’ Now Endangered: Okapi Populations Drop 50 Percent in 18 Years (blogs.scientificamerican.com)
- L.A. Zoo Debuts Its First Newborn Okapi Calf (ktla.com)
- Okapi, Flufftail face extinction: IUCN ‘Red List’ (terradaily.com)
- L.A. Zoo celebrates its first birth of okapi, a ‘forest giraffe’ (latimes.com)
- Okapi – the endangered forest giraffe (scatterfeed.wordpress.com)
- Bad News – Okapi Now Endangered and in Decline (needfornatureblog.wordpress.com)
Yes. I hope things will improve for okapis in their African native habitat.
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