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Okapi were previously thought to be nocturnal, but are now considered diurnal with 30-50% of their day spent resting, and foraging occurring in the mid-morning or late afternoon.
Category: FaunaFacts, Okapi Tags: Animal, Animals, Fact, FaunaFocus, Wildlife
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