Giraffes are the highest land species that live mostly in savannas or open forests. An adult giraffe can grow from 16.4 to 19.7 feet, and males are often larger than females. Imagine how horrible it would be to see a herd of giraffes at such a height, crossing your car?
While visiting a safari park, a group of tourists was amazed to see 30 giraffes living like a herd, walking on their road.
Among the tourists was 43-year-old Sonali Dudhane, who got out of her car with other people to watch the scene, leaving her “silent”.
Sonali, who hails from Lucknow (Anda), said her journey was stopped for 20 minutes to get out of the giraffe’s brush and cross the road. But he was not bothered by it. He and the other tourists watched in amazement.
The woman was able to take some pictures that completely captured the moment. See them here:
“We had to witness this great moment and capture that moment on camera. I had never seen such a large herd before. I was trying to count through my viewfinder.” Said.
Giraffes are friendly and kind animals, but they are being listed as ‘dangerous’ species. It is important that governments implement policies and prison breeding programs to help protect these animals.
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