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okapi

noun [C]     /əʊˈkɑː.pi/ US  /oʊˈ-/ ( plural okapis or okapi) specialized
an African animal related to the giraffe which is mainly brown with stripes of black and white around its legs and back part 霍加狓(類似於長頸鹿的非洲動物,身體為棕色,腿部及背部有黑白相間的條紋) Deer and antelope
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