The West African giraffe, Niger giraffe or Nigerian giraffe (Giraffa camelopardalis
peralta) is a subspecies of the Northern giraffe distinguished by its light colored ...
Before World War I, West African Giraffes lived throughout the Sahel and
Savanna regions of West Africa. However, due to extreme population decrease,
The West African Giraffe population is dangerously low.
The West African Giraffe can weigh up to 2,800 pounds and be from 16 to 19 feet
tall. They are also called the Nigerian Giraffe due to the fact that is where most ...
Dec 3, 2014 ... Giraffe numbers are dwindling across Africa because of poaching and habitat
loss caused by human population growth, according to wildlife ...
Giraffes live primarily in savanna areas in the sub-Saharan region of Africa. Their
extreme height allows them to eat leaves and shoots located much higher than ...
Discover why giraffes are much more than the world's tallest mammals. ... to keep
a sharp lookout for predators across the wide expanse of the African savanna.
Jun 25, 2015 ... Numbers of the famous African animal have fallen by nearly half in the past 15
years, prompting urgent—and sometimes risky—actions to help.
Oct 28, 2014 ... Giraffes tower over Africa's plains. These tall animals are identified by their long
necks, equally long and spindly legs, and spotted coats.
The giraffe is the tallest animal in the world, attaining a height of 5.5m, its
incredibly long neck accounting for much of its height. The long neck has.