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                        Giraffe at The Living Desert Zoo and Gardens. Click to see more.

                        Giraffe

                        Giraffa camelopardalis reticulata

                        Family

                        Bovidae, the cow and goat family.

                        Conservation Status

                        Vulnerable.

                        Distribution

                        Southern Africa, East Africa, and isolated populations in the Sahel.

                        Habitat

                        Savannah.

                        Factoid

                        Affectionately known as the ‘Watchtowers of the Savannah’ because coexisting species look to the giraffe as indicators of safety.

                        Affectionately known as the ‘Watchtowers of the Savannah’ because coexisting species look to the giraffe as indicators of safety.

                        Giraffe spend much of their day eating leaves, buds and twigs, especially from acacia trees. 

                        Surprisingly, giraffe only need 530 minutes of sleep per day.

                        Giraffe are threatened by habitat loss, civil unrest, poaching and ecological changes.  The Living Desert actively supports conservation education programs in Tanzania.  Learn more about our conservation efforts

                         

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