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 Is the giraffe endangered?

Answer The giraffe is not on the endangered species list. Giraffes are very common animals on the African savanna. They are not under direct threat from poaching because giraffes do not have anything of h... Read More »
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Is the white giraffe endangered?

The white giraffe is rare, but not an endangered species. The white giraffe is leucistic, or lighter in color than other giraffes and not a true albino animal. Chris Foley from the Wildlife Conserv... Read More »
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How big is a giraffe leg?

A giraffe's legs measure about six feet in height. While it may appear that the front legs are longer than the back legs, they are in fact the same length.Source:San Diego Zoo: Mammals-Giraffe
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Is a giraffe symmetrical?

To be symmetrical, an object's right side must be the same as its left side. Giraffes, like humans, are symmetrical creatures. However, they may have slight imperfections (just as humans) that make... Read More »
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Is a giraffe a herbivore?

Giraffes are inherently herbivores. Their primary source of food is the acacia tree, but the diet of a giraffe consists of any variety of shoots and leaves from shrubs and trees.Source:African Wild... Read More »
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