Giraffe Ecosystem?

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The giraffe's ecosystem is mainly in sahel, savannas, and dry open woodland. The ideal ecosystem for giraffes would have plenty of acacia trees, which is one of their favorite foods. They also enjoy eating mimosas and apricots. Giraffes typically share their ecosystem with other jungle animals such as elephants and lions. They spend a lot of their time gathered around rivers and water holes but move into woodlands during rainy seasons. However, their movement is not tied to the availability of water as they can go without it for weeks.
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a giraffe ecosystem is a bunch of giraffes living in one place with elephants and lions and lots of grass an trees with lots of other animals.
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A savannah with a lot of trees! http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Giraffe
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I've got no idea why your exhibit contains those animals. You're best placed to answer that yourself. It might have something to do with the animals of the grasslands of Africa.
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Where ever the exhibit is, it is always best suited to have the environment as close to the animal's natural habitat as possible. Also all these animals are wild by nature and hence
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According to National Geographic, giraffes live on the African savannah, a type of grassland ecosystem, not in the rainforest. Giraffes use their height to forage ...
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