Do You Know These Enthralling Facts About Giraffes?
Giraffes are the tallest land animals in the world, with an average height of around 18 feet (5.5 meters).
Despite their long necks, giraffes have the same number of neck vertebrae (7) as most other mammals, including humans.
Giraffes have a unique pattern of spots on their skin that is as unique as a human fingerprint.
Giraffes are social animals and typically live in groups called towers, which can consist of up to 20 individuals.
Giraffes only sleep for a few minutes at a time and can go without sleep for days on end, getting most of their rest while standing up.
Giraffes have a very long tongues that can reach up to 18 inches (45 cm) in length, which they use to grasp and pull leaves from trees.
Despite their size, giraffes are relatively quiet animals and are known to communicate with each other through a variety of low-frequency sounds, including grunts and moans.
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