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Endangered Species of the Week: Giraffe

We need to raise awareness for all those animals being hunted and killed in the world.

Giraffe (Giraffa Camelopardalis) – Animals – A-Z Animals

Not convinced?

Imagine you are reading, playing video games, or doing homework.

Anyways, you’re doing something. Suddenly you hear a rumble. You’ve been hearing many rumbles lately, and your friends have gone silent. However, because this has become normal, you go back to your business. Suddenly the walls splinter! A HUGE bulldozer smashes your house to smithereens. You get run over too, and your last thought is well, now I know what happened to my friends. It is not a happy thought.

Still not convinced?

Alright, seriously? That last example was vivid! You asked for it!

Imagine you are at a library, checking out books or movies. The librarian or whoever manages the video games goes up to you.

“Did you find what you were looking for?”

You can say no or yes. So you say one of those. Either way, the librarian pulls off a costume. They’re a poacher in disguise!

“Nobody will know!” They hiss.

And with a blam! blam! here, and a blam! blam! there, you die in agony.

(My stories never have happy endings, do they?)

Still not convinced?

Go find a poacher.

Fun Facts:

  • The giraffes’ scientific name is Giraffa camelopardalis.
  • Most giraffe species are extinct, only one remains.
  • To take care of young giraffes, older ones use teamwork.
  • The only food giraffes eat is acacia leaves; that is why their necks are so long.

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