Science: Okapi

Of all wild animals, the okapi* is considered the shyest, the most subtle. The first white man who ever tracked and shot one and brought back the skin and skeleton has arrived in Manhattan, on his way to lecture before the British Association for the Advancement of Science, soon to meet in Toronto. Dr. Cuthbert Christy, naturalist, explorer, investigator of tropical diseases, has told of his long okapi hunt in a book which will be published in the U. S. —Big Game and Pygmies: Experiences of a Naturalist in Central African Forests...

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