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The giraffe is the tallest animal in height in existence today. It’s very long neck easily recognizes it. Get the collection of funny giraffe below. We sure it could be perfect for filling your day.

Its coat is tawny yellow but with large red patches that make it more red than tawny. Her belly and the inside of her legs are light. Its head has two small horns covered with skin.

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The giraffe is a hoofed mammal with heels at its feet. With long legs and especially a very long neck, it measures up to 5.50 meters. An individual weighs on average 1 ton for a male and 600 kg for a female.

The giraffe has a recognizable coat, with red spots on a white background. There are two small horns covered with skin on its headstand. It also has a thin tail that measures 70 to 100 cm.

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The average speed of this animal is 15 km per hour, but it can reach speeds of up to 55 km per hour.

The giraffe lives in Africa, in the savannah. It’s found from Chad to South Africa. But it’s mainly in Kenya, Tanzania, Botswana, and Niger that herds of giraffes can be found.

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Coloring Pages Giraffe 1
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Adult Coloring Pages Animals Giraffe

The giraffe is a herbivorous ruminant. It feeds mainly on the leaves of trees (especially acacias) and regurgitates its food to chew it a second time. Sometimes it can eat fruits or flowers.

From the age of 5 years, the female giraffe can have young. Only a dominant male that has managed to push the others aside gets the privilege of impregnating the female.

After 15 months of gestation, the young falls from the belly of its mother, who gives birth standing upright: it can fall as much as 2 meters.

With a height of at least 1m70 and a weight between 40 and 80 kg, the baby has one hour to start suckling its mother. Otherwise, it is abandoned. He will live with his mother for about two years.

The giraffe can live 25 years in the wild, more than 36 years in captivity.

Wrongly considered to be mute, the giraffe emits growls that are inaudible to humans but that other giraffes can hear from far away.

The giraffe’s hind legs are shorter than its front legs. The giraffe sleeps little: less than 2 hours a day. It’s the only land mammal that can’t yawn.

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