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Stunning footage of giraffe framed by a beautiful sunset.
Some pterosaurs, on the other hand, were the size of a giraffe.
The project has, so far, led to a mechanical giraffe and an elephant.
As with many extant large mammals, though, the giraffe is only a vestige of a once more diverse group.
Across the room, stylized wooden giraffe sculptures tower over a comfortable sofa.
We also ran into a giraffe that had some kind of skin disease, but looked healthy otherwise.
In effect, this newer, longer neck was a direct result of a giraffe's interaction with its environment.
The finch's beak, the giraffe's neck and sprinter's toes.
Show giraffe trying in vain to reach a piece of fruit high on a tree branch.
The monkey clambers up on top of giraffe's head and picks the fruit, but then eats it himself.
The external image of the sauropod is as pastoral as that of a giraffe grazing in the treetops.
In order for a giraffe brain to get blood the pressure must be high.

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