Baby Giraffes Stand Within Minutes of Birth. How Do They Do It? loading...
Baby Giraffes Stand Within Minutes of Birth. How Do They Do It?
Everyone's first steps are awkward. This giraffe quickly learns to get up, an evolutionary trait that allows it to survive.
Birds Sleep In Giraffe Armpits, New Photos Reveal loading...
Birds Sleep In Giraffe Armpits, New Photos Reveal
Nighttime camera trap images from Serengeti National Park in Tanzania reveal giraffes acting as "bed and breakfasts," scientists say.
Giraffes Seen Feasting on Skeleton—Here's Why loading...
Giraffes Seen Feasting on Skeleton—Here's Why
An animal behaviour filmed in Africa has a logical explanation, experts say.
How To Save The World's Tallest Animal loading...
How To Save The World's Tallest Animal
Conservationists are working to save giraffes from a "silent extinction".
April the Giraffe Gives Birth–6 Facts You May Not Know About Giraffes loading...
April the Giraffe Gives Birth–6 Facts You May Not Know About Giraffes
See pictures of baby giraffes, and learn more about the world's tallest mammals–which may be in danger of extinction
14 Photos of Giraffes With Their Heads In the Clouds loading...
14 Photos of Giraffes With Their Heads In the Clouds
See majestic photos of the world's tallest mammal.
Extremely Rare White Giraffe Spotted - What Would You Name Her? loading...
Extremely Rare White Giraffe Spotted - What Would You Name Her?
The year-old calf, which lives in Tanzania’s Tarangire National Park, has a condition called leucism.
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Fall under the spell of these long-legged creatures as they roam the African savannah. Witness the giraffe’s social behaviour, eating preferences, and even its makeover routine at an impromptu salon operated by its tiny beauticians – oxpeckers.

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