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www.nationalgeographic.com/animals/mammals/g/giraffe

Giraffes eat most of the time and, like cows, regurgitate food and chew it as cud. A giraffe eats hundreds of pounds of leaves each week and must travel miles to find enough food.

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Baby giraffes stay very close to their mother for the first week of their life. They depend on their mother for food and protection. During this time, both mother and baby are protected by the her. When a female giraffe is away eating, her baby is taken into a nursery group for protection. Babies are 6 feet all and 100 to 115 pounds at birth.

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What Is the Lifespan of a Giraffe? According to National Geographic, the average lifespan for a giraffe in the wild is 25 years. Giraffes have been known to live longer when in captivity in zoos. While giraffes are quite large, they can run as fast as 35 miles per hour due to their long legs. This helps protect them in the wild so they live longer.

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giraffe calves reach adulthood; the life expectancy is between 20 and 25 years in the wild and 28 years in captivity. 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.

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The Giraffe's Amazing Life Cycle. Like every mammal, giraffes give birth to live young. A baby giraffes is called a calf. Female giraffes usually are pregnant for 15 months. A female giraffe normally gives birth to one calf at a time. After a calf is born, it stays close to its mother. The calf depends on their mother for food and protection.

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The life span for giraffes in captivity isn’t increased much. About 32-40 years. The life span for giraffes in captivity isn’t increased much though. In the wild, they can live from 15 to 25 years. In captivity that increases to about 32-40 years. The biggest change here is that the young have a better chance of living to adulthood.

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The life cycle of the giraffe-necked weevil is the same as for other beetles. Links are provided. One is to a species-specific post, and the other is to the Wikipedia article on beetles, where you ...

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Giraffe tongues and lips are tough and specially adapted to allow giraffes to forage on trees that other animals would avoid, such as acacias, which are very thorny. What colour is a giraffe’s tongue? Giraffe tongues are dark blueish in colour, which is thought to be a form of sun protection. How do giraffes give birth?

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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