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An eleven-day-old newborn giraffe calf stands beside his mother named Mimi in their enclosure at Himeji Central Park in Himeji, Japan. The baby giraffe was born on October 2013 and stands over 170 cm tall. By Buddhika Weerasinghe/Getty Images.

“Eu escolheria você. Se me dessem um último pedido, eu escolheria você. Se a vida acabasse hoje ou daqui a mil anos, eu escolheria você.”

I could do with a big wet sloppy kiss right now! kari-shma: “ © Buck Forester (via Beauty in Everything - Photography) ”


Adorable Zoo Animals You MUST See!

GIRAFFES ARE TOO CUTE! Cofi's name in Swahili means “born on Friday” (which she was) and her arrival at Tampa's Busch Gardens brings the park’s reticulated giraffe population to (Courtesy Busch Gardens) From: See the 35 Cutest Zoo Babies of

Baby giraffe dies after running into a wire fence

Baby Giraffe Dies at California Zoo After Running Into Wire Fence

A female Rothschild giraffe, named Sandy Hope, stands next to its mother at the LEO Zoological Conservation Center in Greenwich, Connecticut on April

Harlow the weimaraner & his new pal Indi the weiner dog. Cutest thing everrrr.

Harlow the weimaraner his new pal Indi the weiner dog. I love the name Harlow for a Weimaraner! They are so cute, and Harlow just makes it even cuter!

Testing out new legs! Baby giraffe Dorle stands at the Friedrichsfelde Zoo in Berlin on July The calf Dorle was born on July by Britta Pedersen /Getty Images

Two of the five Rhino species are native to Africa and three to southern Asia, whilst the IUCN Red List identifies three of the species as critically endangered.

Very sad news: Africa’s western black rhino is now officially extinct. Poaching has taken the lives of every single western black rhino on the planet.


Since tiny giraffes are all the rage thanks to those DirecTV ads, here are a bunch of real life mini-raffes. Giraffes are weird and beautiful creatures. Kind of lIke elongated goats.

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Giraffe & baby - Giraffes see in color and their senses of hearing and smell are also sharp. The animal can close its muscular nostrils to protect against sandstorms and ants.