Why Are Giraffes Endangered?

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The reason some species of Giraffes are considered endangered is due to active hunting by poachers, a slow rate of breeding and armed conflict in Somalia, Ethiopia and some parts of Kenya which are their primary habitats.
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Most species of giraffes are actually considered lower risk and have a stable population number. The one subspecies of giraffes that are at more risk are the Uganda giraffe. You can find more information here: http://www.sandiegozoo.org/animalbytes/t-giraffe.html
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