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Genome Reveals Why Giraffes Have Long Necks

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Giraffes diverged from their closest relative, the okapi, about 11.5 million years ago.

Credit: Tim Fitzharris/NGS

Call it a tall task: researchers have decoded the genomes of the giraffe and its closest relative, the okapi.

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