Reproduction
reproduction Giraffe reproduction is largely polygamous with a few dominant males wanting to mate with the fertile females and they produce sexually giraffefacts.org Giraffe reproduction is largely polygamous with a few dominant males wanting to mate with the fertile females.Giraffe Reproduction Facts The breeding
use energy Animals like the giraffe get their energy from the digestive system where their cells transfer food into energy that the animal can use unlike plans which have to go through photosynthesis to get their energy sites.google.com Cells - Giraffe
respond by reaching with their long neck to get leaves of of the trees and when they encounter a predator they run away or if they are with there child they would protect it. www.answers.com by reaching with their long neck to get leaves of of the trees and when they encounter a predator they run away or if they are with there child they would protect it.
organized (cells) The giraffe is a multicell organism meaning that the giraffe has more than one cell in its body. The giraffe is made up entirely of animal cells, making all the different structures in their body to serve different purposes to make the task of life possible for giraffes. sites.google.com Cells - Giraffe
homeostasis - stains warm blooded Their blood pressure is extremely high so it can travel through their long necks.Tight skin on the legs creates extravascular pressure which forces the blood up through the body and doesn't allow it to poolDigestiveRuminate (type of regurgitation) and digest leaves packed with concentrated nutrients. prezi.com Giraffe and Daffodil Homeostasis Comparison
growth/development The average height at birth is just under 2 metres with a tendency for the females to be very slightly smaller than the males. A newborn calf weighs about 100kg. Newborn calves grow very quickly and can nearly double their height in the first year. www.giraffeconservation.org Giraffe Facts - Giraffe Conservation Foundation
video of a giraffe giving birth www.dailymail.co.uk Australia Zoo announced the birth of their second giraffe calf in only four weeks

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