Okapi

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The okapi’s lifespan is about 15-33 years in captivity, but data from wild populations is unavailable.

The okapi’s lifespan is about 15-33 years in captivity, but data from wild populations is unavailable.

Generation length is broadly estimated at around eight years, based on calculations made for the global captive population.

Sources: (Bodmer & Rabb, 1992; Mallon, et al., 2015; Palkovacs, 2000; San Diego Zoo Global, 2017)
Image: Tambako the Jaguar

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