They learn to find food and protect themselves from predators. The same as any animal would learn
Learned behaviors are behaviors that individuals learn from others in their species or outside. Learned behaviors are the behaviors passed down from the elders to young. Young giraffes learn how to find food, which for the most part is very high leave, from their elders. They also learn how to protect themselves from predators as well.
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