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Safari Ltd. - Reticulated Giraffe
The Safari Ltd. Reticulated Giraffe #268429 measures: 5.5” L x 7” T.
Safari Ltd. Reticulated Giraffe #268429 Review:The Safari Ltd Reticulated Giraffe figure is a standout among giraffe figures with its unique orangish hue. The spots and face of the figure look more orange than brown, and even the mane has an orange tint. This distinctive coloration makes the figure a standout in any collection.
The face of the figure is particularly well-done, with lots of nice highlights that accentuate the facial features. The black patch on the face is especially noteworthy and gives the figure an added dimension of realism.
Overall, the Safari Ltd Reticulated Giraffe figure has a very distinct and unique look.
Figure does not have the mouth branch as in the manufacturer picture.
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Reticulated Giraffe Information:Reticulated giraffes are amazing creatures! They are the tallest land animals on Earth, standing up to 18 feet tall. That's taller than most houses! They have long necks and legs, which make them look like they're walking on stilts. Reticulated giraffes have beautiful coat patterns, with dark brown spots on a lighter tan background. No two giraffes have the same pattern, just like how no two humans have the same fingerprints!
Reticulated giraffes are herbivores, which means they only eat plants. Their favorite food is the leaves and flowers of acacia trees, which can grow very tall. Giraffes have long, prehensile tongues that can reach up to 18 inches, which allows them to reach leaves that other animals can't. They also have four stomachs, which helps them digest their food properly.
Giraffes are social animals and live in groups called towers or herds. They communicate with each other using a variety of sounds, such as moos, hisses, and whistles. Male giraffes are known for their "necking" behavior during mating season, where they use their long necks to fight each other for the right to mate with a female.
Part of the Wild Life Series by Safari Ltd.
Hand Painted. Made of durable synthetic material.
Product Code: Safari Ltd. 268429
by Safari Ltd.