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"And You Thought There Was Only ONE!" -- From "I Spy Animals" -- Eight giraffe species, in addition to the Reticulated giraffe, the one that's most familiar to us (click through to see that one).

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A three-day-old newborn giraffe stands next to its mother, named Tatu, on April 11 at the Madrid Zoo Aquarium in Madrid, Spain. The giraffes are Rothschild giraffes, which are listed as an endangered species in the wild. by paige

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As the tallest mammals on Earth, giraffes use their brown, chestnut colored patches to camouflage from their predators in the savanna woodlands. Although some giraffe species are extinct and endangered, they are on the least concerned list.

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Gerenuk The gerenuk, Litocranius walleri, also known as the Waller's gazelle, is a long-necked species of antelope found in dry thorn bush scrub and desert in East Africa, from Somalia, Djibouti and eastern ... Wikipedia Scientific name: Litocranius walleri Rank: Species Higher classification: Litocranius

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differences in spot patterns by sub-species of giraffes - and I thought they were all the same!

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˚ETOSHA NATIONAL PARK, Namibia - This is the third largest game reserve in the world with 144 species of mammals and well over 300 species of birds. There are three lodges within the park,but just outside the park is the Huah Lodge with its own private reserve on the Huab Riber. Here you can watch the animals in stylish comfort. (Giraffes Sunset - by Patrick Galibert @ 500px)

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