The adorable Cute Okapi is a small, black and white ape that lives in the wild in Kenya. It is approximately 1.5m (4.7ft) tall at its shoulder and weighs 200-350 kg. It has a long, flexible neck and large ears. Its coat is reddish brown with white stripes and rings on the legs and ankles. The ossicones, which are small, horn-like protuberances that adorn male okapis’ heads, are called ossicones. These protuberances, which are only found in males, are very short and not very long. Female okapis don’t have horns.
The adorable okipi, Damisi, has eight okes. Since May 8, she has been caring for her newborn calf. The calf’s body temperature is unable to control its own temperature, so Damisi is caring for it in a temperature-controlled enclosure. The calf will eventually be separated from its mother, but it has not yet been named.