The Giraffe

The Giraffe

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  • Introduction
  • Chapter 1
  • Chapter 2
  • -Humans, mice, and giraffes have seven major bones in their necks. -Giraffes have long necks so they don´t have to compete for food. -The main neck artery has muscles to help pump blood upward.
  • Chapter 3
  • -giraffes are the worlds tallest animals bulls average 10-12 feet cows are a foot shorter. -An adult bull weighs 2600-3000 pounds. -giraffes have long necks with long vocal cords to make noise.
  • Chapter 4
  • WOW!!!
  • -More then 85% of giraffes diet is made up of tree leaves. -giraffes can run up to 10 miles per hour. -Adult giraffes eat nearly 40 lbs of leaves a day.
  • Chapter 5
  • Before
  • After
  • -Giraffes are 6 feet when they are born. -In early 1800s, zoos in Austria, France, and England. -Giraffes don´t know how to swim
  • -During the middle ages, most people thought the giraffe was a myth. -After world war II, the African nations set aside wildland habitat for endangered animals.  -Having never seen a giraffe the, the early Greeks called it leopard spotted camel.
  • -There are only 180 Rothschild giraffes left in Kenya. -A giraffe can grow 35 mm a day. -giraffes prefer yellow vehicles.
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