How Fast Can a Giraffe Run?

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Giraffes are known to be the world's tallest mammals due to their long legs and necks. Their legs measure up to 6 feet or 1.8 metres. They can run at speeds of up to 35 mph.
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Giraffes can sprint up to 35 miles per hour over short distances, and run comfortably at 10 miles per hour over longer distances.
The giraffe with it's long legs and even longer neck can reach speeds of up to almost 35 mph. Not only is the giraffe the tallest of animals they also have the longest tail at 8 feet long.
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