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giraffe. Sean and blair. THE GIRAFFE. THEY Have lots of patches. They are related to camels. They have very long necks , because they need to be able to reach the trees to get food. Life cycle. During the months of may to august a female gives birth.

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giraffe

giraffe

Sean and blair

the giraffe
THE GIRAFFE
  • THEY Have lots of patches.
  • They are related to camels.
  • They have very long necks , because they need to be able to reach the trees to get food.
life cycle
Life cycle
  • During the months of may to august a female gives birth.
  • After they grow older they can go up to a month without any water.
  • After they grow older they also can run up to 35 miles per hour.
fun facts
Fun facts
  • Unlike most mammals, the horns of a giraffe arecovered in hair.
  • A Giraffe’s hair is ten times taller than human’s hair is.
  • a male giraffe can weight as much as a pick up truck.
how big it is
How big it is
  • The giraffe is the tallest animal, and it is 16 to 18 feet tall.
  • It has a very long neck .
  • The male is taller than the female.
  • Their tongues are 18 inches.
where does it live
Where does it live
  • They live in the Sahara of Africa.
  • They can walk through swamps and ponds.
  • They live in savannah grass.
pictures by
Pictures by
  • Blogspot.com
  • Riverbendaddo .com
  • Sandie gozoo.org
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