What Do You Call a Baby Giraffe?


A baby giraffe is known as a calf. Once a baby giraffe is born, its mother licks and cleans it while encouraging it to walk. At birth, this calf is normally about 1.8 metres tall.
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A baby Giraffe is called a calf.
A baby giraffe is called a calf. They are known to be 1.8 metres tall at birth. Giraffes are the tallest animals on earth growing up to 5.2 metres tall and are mostly found in Africa.
A baby giraffe is called a calf. A giraffe is an African ungulate mammal that is the tallest of land-living animal species. New born calves are 1.8 m tall and have to be guarded during their first two weeks to prevent predation.
a baby giraffe is called a calf.
A baby giraffe is referred to as a calf. A female giraffe is called a doe and the males in a bull. A bunch of them together is called a tower, group or herd.
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Baby giraffes are called calves. A calf can stand and walk about an hour after it is born, and it begins exploring vegetation within a week.Giraffe babies are ...
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