Mother Giraffe Easily Defeats Fierce Hungry Lions To Rescue Her Baby

Mother Giraffe Easily Defeats Fierce Hungry Lions To Rescue Her Baby



The Giraffe is a long-necked, hoofed mammal that is natively found grazing in the open woodlands of sub-Saharan Africa.

The Giraffe is the tallest living animal on land and despite its height is most closely related to the much smaller and solitary Okapi, which is found elusively dwelling in dense tropical forests. There are nine recognized subspecies of giraffes that are found in differing geographic locations and vary somewhat in the color and pattern of their spot-like markings.



Although the Giraffes would have once been found across sub-Saharan Africa and even in parts of North Africa, today they are extinct from much of their historically vast natural range with only small, isolated populations remaining in a handful of regions in central Africa.




Further south, however, Giraffe populations are considered to be stable and are even growing in some areas due to an increase in demand for them on private ranches.

Mother Giraffe Easily Defeats Fierce Hungry Lions To Rescue Her Baby

   

 Mother Giraffe Easily Defeats Fierce Hungry Lions To Rescue Her Baby

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