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Reticulated giraffe (Giraffa camelopardlis) Kenya : Stock Photo
Samburu National Reserve. Tallest animals on Earth, males grow an average height of 5.3m, females average 4.5m. Exclusively browsers; feed mainly on acacia tree foliage. Found throughout Africa south of the Sahara.

Reticulated giraffe (Giraffa camelopardlis) Kenya

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Daryl Balfour
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Samburu National Reserve. Tallest animals on Earth, males grow an average height of 5.3m, females average 4.5m. Exclusively browsers; feed mainly on acacia tree foliage. Found throughout Africa south of the Sahara.
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