Longest Neck in The World

Longest Neck in The World

Have you ever wondered what the longest neck in the world is? Well, you might think the giraffe but it’s not. It’s actually the okapi. The okapi has a neck that is up to 4 feet long. That’s not all. It can also jump over 3 feet in the air.

It’s an amazing animal that lives in the jungles of the Democratic Republic of Congo. But why do people call it the okapi? It’s because the okapi looks like a cross between a zebra and a donkey. It has a zebra-like body and a donkey.

Did you know that the giraffe’s neck is not just long but is also very powerful? It is believed that a full-grown giraffe can clean 6 feet of leaves just by reaching up to a branch of a tree. They have a huge heart and even a tongue that is red in color. Their legs are short and very strong. In this blog, we will learn about these animals and the reason for their long neck.

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