Presentation on theme: "White Giraffe By: Eliana, Blair, And Olga. SIZE The same height as the real white giraffe. The White Giraffe is the same size as the real giraffe. Males."— Presentation transcript:
White Giraffe By: Eliana, Blair, And Olga
SIZE The same height as the real white giraffe. The White Giraffe is the same size as the real giraffe. Males Can be 19 ft. tall. Females can be 16 ft. tall.
Habitat In the book, it only says South Africa. They live in Africa in areas with very dense bushes to make it harder for people and other animals to get to them. Giraffes live in the savannas in Africa, where the roam in the tall trees, arid land, dense forests, and open plains/fields. h Habitat
Behavior The white giraffe from the story is magical. They live in groups with other giraffes and travel in herds. They are social animals and travel in large un- organized herds. Although they sometimes live in herds they can also live by their selves. BEHAVIOR
ENDANGERED/RARE Yes they are very rare/endangered It is rare be cause they have a really rare condition! The condition makes there pigment white. It makes them as white as ghosts. Regular giraffes are not endangered.
Food They eat leaves from tall trees. With their very long necks. White giraffes have the same diet as regular giraffes. They eat leaves from tall trees and get their water from the moisture on the leaves. Their long necks help them to reach tall trees an eat the leaves off them. I needed giraffes can go multiple days without water. Instead of water they get their moisture from the leaves they eat. Although they are all different in many ways they still eat mostly the same thing days without water but 1 can’t!
WEIGHT Although it does not say in the book I predict that it weighs in between 1,000- 1,500 Males weigh in between 2,400 and 3,000 lbs. Females weigh in between 1,600 and 2,600 lbs. White giraffes are in the same weight range as regular giraffes.
COLOR White and silver. Yellow, brown, and orange. White and silver-gray
ENDING We had so much fun learning about all 3 of of these kinds of giraffes We hope you all enjoyed our presentation! THE END