How Many Giraffes Are Left in the World?


How many giraffes are left in the world depends on if you are counting individual species or total. There are a few that are on the endangered species list with only around 220 left. There are others with numbers that range around 20,000. In total it is said that there are around 80,000 with all of the types of giraffe combined.
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The giraffe population is not endangered as a whole. There are certain species of giraffes that are more threatened than others. There are estimated to be between 110, 00 to 150, 000 giraffes residing in Africa. You can find more information here: http://en. wikipedia. org/wiki/Giraffe#Human_interactions
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