Okapi are herbivores and eat leaves
they eat food
They eat fruits, vegetables, and plants.
No, the okapi is from Africa and the jaguar from the Americas. They never meet in nature.
Okapi are browsers, not grazers, so no, they do not graze on grass.Okapi are herbivores, or plant eaters. Grass is one of the foods they eat. They also eat a variety of ferns, buds, etc. Many of the plants they eat are poisonous to humans.
No, I think. Monkys are quite smaller than okapi. They merely can't eat them. Besides, monkeys are a kind of friendly animal.
Like most animals okapi like to eat and reproduce. If you click on 'related links' below the link will take you to the wikipedia page on okapi. There is a section there about their behavior.
Okapi live in the Congo Rainforest. They eat a variety of local plants, one of which is grass. They also eat a number of plants that are poisonous to humans.
No. Just like its relative, the giraffe the Okapi tends to eat the leaves of a tree using its tongue.
an okapi sleeps for 5 minutes a day because they are scared of lions going to eat them.
The plural of okapi may be either okapis or remain as okapi.
No, okapis are too large to be taken down by a cheetah and they do not like in the same type of habitat. Cheetahs prefer open grasslands while the okapi prefers dense forests.
An Okapi mother feeds its baby milk.
They mainly eat grasses and hay called alfafalfa. They are herbivores. Sometimes for treats they eat onions and yams.
Yes, the okapi is a mammal.
the okapi is vertebrate
Only in that they are both mammals. The okapi are in the same family as the giraffe ("giraffidae"), in the order cetartiodactyla. The horse is in the order perissodactyla, family equidae. The okapi shape is similar to that of a giraffe but with a much shorter neck. Okapi, like giraffe, have very long tongues, which they use to strip and eat leaves and buds from trees.
[oh-kah-pee] = okapi
The okapi was discovered at the beginning of this century.
Same word - Okapi.
The predator of the okapi is the leopard!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! lol
Okapi is not mixed. That look is natural.
The okapi is covered in hair.
The Okapi is a herbivore.
Okapi eat: Leaves, Fruit, and seeds, yet sometimes small insects.