Species: Giraffa Camelopardalis
The giraffe is a mammal which means it reproduces sexually and it is warm blooded. Something unique about giraffes is that
they stand about 19-16 feet tall so they can reach the fresh greens off of tall trees. Giraffes also have knobs at the top
of their heads to protect them when they get in fights.
This animal mainly eats leaves and it can go days without water because of all the moisture it retains from the leaves.
The only time giraffes are ill-tempered is when they are protecting their young. Giraffes live in Central and Southern Africa
and habitat destruction and fragmentation is a threat to them.