• There called Okapi Here's a picture of one... These unusual animals may look like they're made up of spare animal parts, but okapis are actually the only living relatives of the giraffe. They have long tongues like the giraffe, and can use their tongues to clean their own eyes and ears! Okapis live in the dense rain forests of central Africa. Their thick hair is dark reddish-brown, and is oily to help keep the rain off their skin. Okapi hair is so velvety that if you touch it, your handprint makes an impression! There are currently only about 25,000 of these animals in the world.

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