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Giraffe - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The giraffe (Giraffa camelopardalis) is an African even-toed ungulate mammal, the tallest living terrestrial animal and the largest ruminant. Its species name refers ...

Giraffes, Giraffe Pictures, Giraffe Facts - National Geographic
Giraffes are the world's tallest mammals, thanks to their towering legs and long necks. A giraffe's legs alone are taller than many humans?about 6 feet (1.8 meters).

Giraffe Facts & Photos - LiveScience
Giraffes tower over Africa's plains. These tall animals are identified by their long necks, equally long and spindly legs, and spotted coats. Most giraffes have a tan ...

Giraffe | San Diego Zoo Animals
There is only one species of giraffe, with nine currently recognized subspecies. The subspecies have different coat patterns and live in different parts of Africa.

Amazon.com: giraffe
Product Features... this cute and clever giraffe wine bottle holder. - See full ...

Giraffe -- Kids' Planet -- Defenders of Wildlife
Giraffes are one of the world's tallest mammals. They are well known for their long necks, long legs, and spotted patterns. Giraffes have small "horns" or knobs on ...

Giraffe | AWF
Giraffes are extremely picky eaters. Although it feeds 16 to 20 hours a day, the giraffe may consume only about 65 pounds of foliage during that time.

Giraffe | Definition of giraffe by Merriam-Webster
Definition of GIRAFFE for Kids: a spotted mammal of Africa with a very long neck that feeds mostly on the leaves of trees and is the tallest of living animals on land

Giraffe Facts for Kids ? Animal Fact Guide
Spending most of the day eating, a full-grown giraffe consumes over 45 kg (100 lb) of leaves and twigs a day. Learn more giraffe facts at Animal Fact Guide!

San Diego Zoo Kids: Giraffe Facts for Kids
Looking for information on giraffe's for kids? San Diego Zoo Kids has giraffe pictures and giraffe facts to help your child learn.

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