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The Giraffe is an African even-toed ungulate mammal.

It is the tallest living terrestrial animal and the largest ruminant.

The Giraffe lives in a range from Chad in North to South Africa, and from Niger in the west to Somalia in the east.

 Giraffes usually inhabit savannas, grasslands, and open woodlands. Their main source of food is acacia leaves which they browse at heights most other herbivores cannot reach.

They are preyed on by lions, their calves are also preyed on by leopards, spotted hyenas and wild dogs.

We hope you enjoy learning about them!


Here are some facts on giraffes 


Here is more about giraffes 

Here are some kids facts about giraffes 

Here is how giraffes eat .

Here is the taxonomy of  the giraffe 

Here’s some random facts on giraffes.

Here is a link about the closest relative to the giraffe 

Here is a link about the life expectancy of giraffes 

Here is a link about the beginnings of a giraffes life 

Here is a link on the giraffes neck 

Here is a link on the giraffes patches and body control



 Here’s a fact video.

Here’s a wiki page about giraffes.



Here’s a documentary film about a family of giraffes in West Africa.


 This video explores the giraffe’s anatomy in-depth.


 Here’s a baby giraffe’s first steps.




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