The tallest animal in the world? Probably it is a giraffe.
Yeah, it’s a giraffe, but I think that’s probably something else.
The tallest animal in the world. I know its not really an animal, but I am not sure what the point is to get people started.
The giraffe is a genus of animal, a subspecies of the giraffe, whose members are approximately the size of a large horse, but with a more slender body. Most giraffes can reach speeds up to over 60 mph.
I know what you’re thinking, “Why would anyone have a giraffe? It’s not like they’re that big.” Well, if you’re looking for something to compare your giraffe height against, just take a look at this video. It’s about five seconds long, but it’ll make you see that, like, how tall you are is a lot more than just your height.
But if you want to know what the tallest animal is in the world, check out this video. It is about 10 minutes long.
I think this is the first time someone has ever put a video of a giraffe up on the web (I didnt know they were extinct until I saw the video). I was even impressed that they had the time to make this video, but then, I couldnt understand why people would spend so much time and money to build a giraffe out of cardboard.
You might think that’s an odd question, considering the fact that the largest animals on Earth are the elephants, but they are indeed very, very tall. That’s why the tallest animal in the world is the giraffe.
The giraffe is an extremely rare, slow-growing, long-limbed, quadrupedal (with a neck and trunk), quadrupedal herbivore (the giraffe is one of only three species of giraffe) that can grow up to 28 feet in height.
The elephant is the second tallest animal, with a height of about 15 feet, and is the tallest elephant breed in the world. The giraffe is the tallest wild animal, with a height of about 14 feet, and is the tallest wild animal breed in the world. The rhino is the tallest animal with a height of about 17 feet, and is the tallest animal breed in the world. The tiger is the tallest animal with a height of about 15 feet.