A giraffe makes a lot of different noises, even though it is rare to hear one make any sound at all. A giraffe makes a snorting sound as a warning when alarmed or when sensing danger. A giraffe can produce mooing sounds,... More »

Although they are rarely heard and often considered silent animals, giraffes communicate with each other through infrasonic sounds and can also produce a variety of vocal noises ranging from snorts and grunts to hisses a... More »

A sound clip of a giraffe can be found on Muvee. While some believe that giraffes do not have vocal chords, adult giraffes simply choose to use their vocal chords rarely. Baby giraffes, however, make squawking noises, pa... More »

A sound clip of a giraffe can be found on Muvee. While some believe that giraffes do not have vocal chords, adult giraffes simply choose to use their vocal chords rarely. Baby giraffes, however, make squawking noises, pa... More »

The general giraffe population throughout Africa is starting to decline, with the West African giraffe having the lowest population at less than 300. With less than 80,000 giraffes in Africa, the Giraffe Conservation Fou... More »

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The giraffe is adapted to its habitat by being able to reach high food with its long neck and tall body. This gives it an advantage during times of food scarcity and drought when the only sustenance is up high on trees. More »

The weight of an adult giraffe is about 1600 kilograms or 3500 pounds. Giraffes can grow to a height of 16 to 20 feet. Males are usually taller and heavier than the females. More »