Giraffes are the tallest mammals on Earth. They can grow up to be 18 feet tall and can weigh up to 3,000 pounds!
Everybody can recognize a giraffe because of its height. They typically stand 14-19 feet tall. Their legs alone can reach 6 feet! Giraffes use their height to eat leaves at the tops of trees, where other animals can’t reach. Throughout the day, they can scour the savannah for any predators that may be lurking nearby (or far away). An interesting consequence of their height is when they give birth (standing up), the baby has to fall 5 feet to the ground!
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