Bramatherium (Brahma’s beast) is an extinct genus of giraffe that ranged from India to Turkey in Asia. It is closely related to the larger Sivatherium. Bramatherium is a representative sivatheriine with very unusual horns. They were very large ungulate mammals and reached 2.5 m in height at the shoulders, for not very long legs and neck. It inhabited dry savannahs and open woodlands and they ate leaves and twigs off trees and shrubs. Alive, it would have resembled a heavily-built Okapi and had five ossicones, the anterior pair being large and horn-like, and the posterior three being small, and bump-like.