Giraffes spotted at Amboseli park , Kenya.

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Giraffes spotted at Amboseli park , Kenya. Photo by Mizou.

As a ruminant, the giraffe first chews its food, then swallows it for processing and then visibly passes the half-digested cud up the neck and back into the mouth to chew again. It is common for a giraffe to salivate while feeding. (Source: Wikipedia)

Giraffes are usually found in groups that vary in size and composition according to ecological, anthropogenic, temporal, and social factors.(Source : Wikipedia)

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17 Replies to “Giraffes spotted at Amboseli park , Kenya.”

  1. Great giraffe photos! These are amazing creatures in person. In 2017 I got an up close look at giraffes on a dawn foot safari at Thornhill Safari Lodge near Kruger Park SA. It was dark when the guide spotted them. Then, we could get as close as 15′ before they would take a few slow but giant strides and establish a more comfortable distance. After sunrise, we saw several more groups but could get no closer than about 100′. I wonder what the difference was. Your photos make me long for another safari adventure.

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    1. I totally agree with you. And Thank you so much for your appreciation. Here in Kenya, you always have a chance to spot giraffes any time at any Park. Even at the private conservancy like the Swara Plains. Taking photos is my passion so I have a lot of them: it’s a pleasure to share .

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  2. Enjoyed this post and beautiful photos. I was born in South Africa and was fortunate to be able to see lots of wildlife. I now live in Louisiana. This brought back wonderful memories πŸ˜€

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    1. I’m glad you enjoyed it . Wonderful memories last forever ! Thank you so much for taking your time to comment . It’s so motivating! And, it’s good to know a little more about you😊

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