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Name Of Giraffe

Name Giraffe
Male Name bull
Femle Name doe
Kids/Baby Name calf
Group Name herd, corps, tower, group
More About Giraffe

  • Giraffes are found in southern Ethiopia and northern Kenya, and the surrounding region. They like flat, grassy, savannas.
  • Giraffes are very timid, quiet animals. The only noise you'll hear them make is a contented grinding sound. They might give a short snort if they're nervous. But for the most part, giraffes are content to stand tall and silent.
  • The Giraffe is the Tallest Animal in the World.
  • A giraffe's heart can pump 16 gallons (61 L) of blood in one minute.
  • Giraffes have the largest eyes of any land mammal.
  • The Giraffe has a prehensile tongue, which allows it to grasp objects such as leaves.
  • Giraffes have 4 stomachs.
  • A newborn giraffe is about 6 feet tall when it is born.
  • No two giraffes have the same pattern.
  • Giraffes rest with their eyes open, standing or lying for three to five minutes at a time. Throughout the night, a giraffe may sleep deeply for five to 10 minutes lying down, yet they rarely sleep more than 20 minutes total per day.
  • Giraffes can reach 18 feet of more in height.
  • Giraffes live for 10-15 years in the wild, but average 25 years in captivity.
  • Every step a giraffe takes is approximately 15 feet long.
  • There are 9 species, and each can be identified by its coat pattern.
  • The giraffe has to spread its legs apart of kneel down to take a drink since its neck is too short to reach the ground otherwise.
  • A giraffe pregnancy lasts approximately 15 months.
  • Giraffes can go for up to two weeks without water.
  • If you're near a giraffe, they have a sweet smell like lanolin!

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