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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 white giraffes are extremely rare, only 5% of all giraffes are white.despite their coloring they are not albinos. they have some pigmentation either dark eyes or a faint coat pattern. double click to changethis text! Drag a cornerto scale proportionally. 9 Giraffe Facts There is one species of giraffe and numerous subspecies. Some species are the Masai, Rothschild, Somali, and the Nigerian giraffe.There are many other subspecies. for instance the picture above is a reticulated giraffe. A giraffe's heart is specially adapted topump blood up theanimals long neck. it can weigh up to10kg (22lb).and generates twice the blood pressure of other large animals.but giraffes can injure themselves by lowering their counter this they have a pressureregulating system called the rete mirable. Giraffes inhabit Sub- Saharan Africa. They are native to Africa, and are found from central to south Africa.They live in arid regions such as savannas, and openwoodlands. Giraffe groups are called towers.they're are normally 12 to 15members in a tower.There led by an older male,,the rest are femalesand their calfes. Sometimes there will be 1 or 2 young males. Towers areextremely social and don't have territories. Giraffes are easily definble with their long necks, and patchwork pattern. But theres more than a long neck to a giraffe here is 9 lesser know facts that will make them worth a closer look. By Kelsey B Giraffe's have short horns on their head called ossicones. The ossicones are made of cartilage turned to bone.Ossicones were believed to be sockets for antlers. but as giraffes grew taller antlers became useless,and dangerous to giraffes. So giraffes shed theirantlers but the sockets still remained Giraffes are the tallest of all living land animals. They reach heights up to 6m (19ft).Their long neck has 7 vertebrae the same number as us. Giraffes not only have long necks but long feet! each leg is at l 6 feet tall. These long legs let them cruise at 35 mph. Giraffes prefer areas with acacia trees. They eat the leaves and buds on the tops of the trees. But they will eat grassesand other plant matter. They have long dexterous tounges that allow them to strip branches of leaves.
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