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World Giraffe Day

World Giraffe Day is held on June 21. It is an exciting annual event initiated by GCF to celebrate the longest-necked animal on the longest day or night. This event in the third decade of the month June is annual. Help us Help us 
21 June - World Giraffe Day
Each giraffe has its own unique pattern. Just like human fingerprints, no two giraffes have the same spot pattern.
World Giraffe Day is an exciting annual event initiated by Giraffe Conservation Foundation to celebrate the tallest animal on the longest day of the year.
Not only is it a worldwide celebration of these amazing and much-loved animals, but an annual event to raise support, create awareness and shed light on the challenges giraffe face in the wild. By supporting World Giraffe Day, you directly help save giraffe in Africa.
Giraffes are tall animals It gives them panoramic vision - meaning their vision is much wider than most mammals. This helps for spotting predators and seeking out watering holes and trees from far away.

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