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defenders.org/giraffe/basic-facts

Giraffes live in the savannas of Africa, where they roam freely among the tall trees, arid land, dense forests and open plains. Behavior Giraffes are non-territorial, social animals.

www.answers.com/Q/How_do_giraffes_behave

There are real zebras, penguins, giraffes, and lions, but, they do not behave in real life like the animated characters do in the cartoon Madagascar.

animalcorner.co.uk/animals/giraffe

Male giraffes spend about 22% of the 24 hours walking, compared to 13% for female giraffes. The rest of the time male giraffes are searching for a female giraffe to mate with. Giraffe herds do not have a leader and individual giraffes show no particular preferences for others in the herd.

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Giraffe

The giraffe (Giraffa) is a genus of African even-toed ungulate mammals, the tallest living terrestrial animals and the largest ruminants. Taxonomic classifications of one to eight

www.answers.com/Q/What_way_do_giraffes_behave

There are real zebras, penguins, giraffes, and lions, but, they do not behave in real life like the animated characters do in the cartoon Madagascar.

animallearningzone.com/giraffe/giraffe_behavior.php

Giraffe Behavior. Giraffes are social animals. Female giraffes associate in groups called herds, occasionally including a few younger males. Mature males live in "bachelor" herds and fight for dominance using their necks.

fresnochaffeezoo.org/species/giraffe

Behavior. Sociable by nature, Giraffes live in loose groups but do not form permanent herds. Adult males, called bulls, have an identifiable pecking order that is established through a ritual of neck wrestling.

www.giraffeworlds.com/giraffe-social-structure

Giraffes are social animals that live in unstable herds of 10 to 20 individuals, although they can be up to 50 members. However, they do not have strong social ties like other animal species, except the mothers with their offspring, since each member of the herd can leave the group at will.

sciencing.com/info-8039267-behavioral-adaptations-giraffes.html

A giraffe’s height and weight become cumbersome when it is time to go to sleep; adult male giraffes get as tall as 19 feet and weigh as much as 3,000 lbs., and adult female giraffes grow as tall as 16 feet and weigh up to 2,400 lbs. Lying down to go to sleep presents a problem if a giraffe has to get up quickly to run from an approaching predator.

www.worldanimalfoundation.net/f/Giraffe.pdf

The giraffe browses on the twigs of trees, preferring plants of the Mimosa genus; but it appears that it can, without inconvenience, live on other vegetable food. A giraffe can eat 63 kg (140 lb) of leaves and twigs daily. The pace of the giraffe is an amble, though when pursued it can run extremely fast. It cannot sustain a lengthened chase.