Why are Okapi endangered?

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Okapi Endangered because their environment has been damaged and limited, and from hunting, makes them endangered. It is endangered because of the destruction of their habitat and accidentally trapping them in traps meant for smaller animals. They are about 5 feet at their shoulders. The okapi lives in equatorial forest at altitudes higher than 1,640 feet in Northeastern Congo. The number of okapis is not known, but the number might be in the tens of thousands.
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Their environment has been damaged and limited, and from hunting, makes them endangered.
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because it eats food.
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1045 years.
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