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Seeing elephants and giraffes lumber across a dry African landscape — even on TV — was in stark contrast to my suburban wildlife encounters that entailed red robins and gray squirrels hopping across manicured green lawns.
On the main drag, Trump’s club leads to the local library, a red brick building with a garden and giraffe sculpture in the back, a few pizza places, a deli, some gas stations, and florists.
Armed with a Home Depot 5-gallon bucket and a drill, one zookeeper made a foraging bucket for giraffe Jabari.
Yesterday’s drop included a polar bear wearing a Bernie/Balenciaga tee, and a giraffe in a classic black logo shirt.
The carousel includes 31 horses and 21 other animals, including a lion, tiger, giraffe, reindeer, zebra, four ostriches, four boars, four cats and four rabbits.
From the common barn swallow to the exotic giraffe, thousands of animal species are in precipitous decline, a sign that an irreversible era of mass extinction is underway, new research finds.
The project’s focus is the reticulated giraffe, named after its geometrically striking orange-and-white coat.
Cut the edges of makeup sponges to create stamps for your giraffe spots.
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Origin and Etymology of giraffe
First Known Use: circa 1600See Words from the same year
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