Giraffe bulls are the largest land animals, reaching heights of up to six metres. Their necks can be two and a half metres long and they can weigh up to 250 kilograms. Nevertheless - just like us human beings - they only have seven cervical vertebrae.
When two giraffe bulls fight, they beat their heads against the other one's neck.
- Scientific name : Giraffa camelopardalis
- Global Home : Africa
- Conservation Status : Least concern
- Primary habitat : Subtropical Forest, Moist Savanna, Subtropical Shrubland
For ages 3+ years