Pair of Rare White Giraffes | Nat Geo Wild

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+3 1. Austin commented 1 year ago

An albino skyscraper running around a verdant environment full of hungry predators – rare and lucky to have made it to adulthood I would say.
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+2 2. thundersnow commented 1 year ago

#1 I would agree! :)....and now we're gonna have to look at those white giraffes for another 5 days again...:'(:squirrel:
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+2 3. Judge-Jake commented 1 year ago

They either have the condition or sales of Tippex has soared in the area. :D
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0 4. SuSmith commented 332 days ago

For the first time that white giraffes are found in nature, Charles Foley, a researcher at the Society for the Conservation of Wildlife, learned in 1993 from a Tarangire National Park report. After that, the scientist searched for this animal for 12 years while working in the National Park. Later he wrote that rare white giraffes are similar to albinos, but they are not. By the way, I've found an essay on https://writemyessayonline.com/ about this giraffes.