Long-necked Yippa

The long-necked yippa, dependent on trees for food, migrates to the edge of the southern tropical forest of Lemuria during the dry season.

The long-necked yippa, Altocephalus saddi is a long-necked, llama-like antilopine bovid from the tropical grasslands of Lemuria.

While other local herbivores like valuphants and snorkes feed on low-level vegetation, the upper layers of vegetation are exploited by the long-necked yippa, which can reach the leaves and young shoots of the savanna trees.

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