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What are the adaptations of a giraffe?

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A Giraffe's Adaptations. A giraffe's neck, being a giraffe's most prominent adaptation, allows the herbivore to spot prey and predators from a higher view and to eat the leaves on tall trees, since trees compete each other in height for the most
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The most obvious of the animal's adaptations, a giraffe's long neck and equally long legs, helps this herbivore reach leaves that are too high for other animals. However, the giraffe's
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The adaptations of the Giraffe They have long legs and neck, long, tough, prehensile tongue, and leathery mouth for food gathering. Their coloration is protective. They are tall with
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