The giraffe species are a modern day animal native to earth. A giraffe is a four-legged herbivore that has a long neck, a patchy body covered in spots, and two horns on top of its head. Giraffes have long necks so they could eat leaves from trees and due to their large size, so most predators leave them alone. Giraffes are social animals which means they live in herds, a family their smaller cousin the okapi has. All giraffes evolved and migrated to the grasslands. As the earth became a blue planet in warm weather, the continent of africa got so warm, the sun makes all giraffe species happy. However their cousin the okapi appeared as a living relative of the giraffe species.

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