About giraffe
The giraffe is a large African hoofed mammal belonging to the genus Giraffa. It is the tallest living terrestrial animal and the largest ruminant on Earth. Traditionally, giraffes were thought to be one species, Giraffa camelopardalis, with nine subspecies. Most recently, researchers proposed dividing them into up to eight extant species due to new research into their mitochondrial and nuclear DNA, as well as morphological measurements. Seven other extinct species of Giraffa are known from the fossil record.

Giraffe

brown and white giraffe on gray ground during daytime
brown and white giraffe on gray ground during daytime
giraffe standing on brown dirt road during daytime
giraffe standing on brown dirt road during daytime
wildlife photography of tower of giraffes
wildlife photography of tower of giraffes
giraffe's face at the open field
giraffe's face at the open field
brown giraffe in close up photography
brown giraffe in close up photography
giraffe standing on green grass field during daytime
giraffe standing on green grass field during daytime
giraffe standing on brown sand during daytime
giraffe standing on brown sand during daytime
giraffe calf lying on brown soil during daytime
giraffe calf lying on brown soil during daytime
giraffe standing on grass
giraffe standing on grass
brown giraffe near tree
brown giraffe near tree
photo of brown giraffe
photo of brown giraffe
brown giraffe on brown field during daytime
brown giraffe on brown field during daytime
giraffe calf near trees
giraffe calf near trees
giraffe standing on brown field during daytime
giraffe standing on brown field during daytime
giraffe animal skin
giraffe animal skin