Structural Adaptations of Giraffes?


The structural adaptations of a giraffe are the physical changes of its body that change according to the environment. Giraffes have unique structural adoptions such as a long tongue, long front legs and an elongated neck. These features help the giraffe to survive in harsh environments.
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