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Okapi feeding, wrapping tongue around vegetation

Okapi feeding, wrapping tongue around vegetation

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Okapi from the Congo

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Hunter posing with a Male Okapi with its head propped up as if it was alive in the Congo Belge, Oct.

Okapi - Somba the Congo Ranger talks about Okapis - look at how the Okapi moves its ears and tongue

Somba, a Congo Ranger, talks about the okapi in the Okapi Wildlife Reserve, Iturui province, eastern Congo. Somba protects the reserve.

Okapi

no, it's an okapi. Not discovered until the century, the okapi's closest relative is actually the giraffe.

Forest giraffe joins ever-increasing number of threatened species

Two wildlife rangers were among the six people killed during brazen attack on a wildlife facility by a militia in the Democratic Republic of Congo last Sunday. 13 endangered okapi were slaughtered during the early morning raid, which was reportedly a response to a crackdown on illegal elephant poaching and gold mining inside the Okapi Wildlife Reserve.

Poachers massacres rangers, 13 endangered okapi at Congo wildlife reserve

Striped rear legs of okapi

Striped rear legs of okapi

Okapi - Male in rainforest

Male okapi in rainforest - View amazing Okapi photos - Okapia johnstoni - on Arkive

Anatomy of the Skull of the Okapi Note the ossicones of the skull of this young male okapi (Fig 6, removed from the skull). Ossicones are unique horn-like protuberances that are present only in giraffids (of which only the okapi and giraffes are still extant). The base of deer antlers is similar to the giraffid ossicones. Monograph of the Okapi. E. Bay Lankester, 1910.

Anatomy of the Skull of the Okapi Note the ossicones of the skull of this young male okapi (Fig removed from the skull). Ossicones are unique horn-like protuberances that are present only in.

Andhi Spath -- http://nsi2014.weebly.com/andhi-spath.html-- Anatomy of an Okapia johnstoni 3 image overlay in Adobe Photoshop; Gouache on board and colored pencil on vellum  17" x 11"   In this illustration of the Okapi, I explored a very typical pose of the animal stretching it’s head upward to feed on tree vegetation. The challenge in this pose was to render the inner bone and muscle sections. With very few images available, I was able to complete this pose through research and using the…

Andhi Spath -- http://nsi2014.weebly.com/andhi-spath.html-- Anatomy of an Okapia johnstoni 3 image overlay in Adobe Photoshop; Gouache on board and colored pencil on vellum 17" x 11" In this illustration of the Okapi, I explored a very typical pose of the animal stretching it’s head upward to feed on tree vegetation. The challenge in this pose was to render the inner bone and muscle sections. With very few images available, I was able to complete this pose through research and using the…

© University Museum of Zoology, Cambridge 2013 -- © University Museum of Zoology, Cambridge 2013  Roz Wade, Education Officer at the Museum of Zoology, writes:  The Museum of Zoology is a teaching museum, set up to teach our undergraduate students about animal form, diversity and evolution. One of the things visitors remember and comment on is the number of skeletons – in the lower gallery, our mammal displays are predominantly skeletons rather than stuffed animals. You can see so much from…

Okapi, Okapia johnstoni

© University Museum of Zoology, Cambridge 2013 -- © University Museum of Zoology, Cambridge 2013 Roz Wade, Education Officer at the Museum of Zoology, writes: The Museum of Zoology is a teaching museum, set up to teach our undergraduate students about animal form, diversity and evolution. One of the things visitors remember and comment on is the number of skeletons – in the lower gallery, our mammal displays are predominantly skeletons rather than stuffed animals. You can see so much from…

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