2There are five different groups of animals with vertebrates. MammalsReptilesAmphibiansBirdsFish
3Most mammals: are warm blooded have hair or fur give birth to live youngfeed their babies with mother’s milkbreathe through lungs
4The panda and giraffe are both mammals. These mammals are both plant eaters.
5A giraffe is the world’s tallest land animal A giraffe is the world’s tallest land animal. He has a long neck so he can eat leaves from trees. tree leaves, and grasslands. He has the same number of bones in his neck as humans do. (Seven bones)
6GiraffeA giraffe can go for days without water. In order to drink water, the giraffe has to spread its front legs and bend its long neck to the water. Giraffes live in herds in African.
7GiraffesThe giraffes front legs are slightly longer then the rear legs. A baby giraffe weighs about 130 pounds at birth and is about 6 feet tall. Giraffes are plant eaters, eating mostly leaves, twigs and bark from the tops of the thorny acacia plant. The giraffes carefully eat around the thorns, and their tough lips and thick saliva protect them somewhat from the thorns.
8A Giraffe eats from tall trees and it has a short mane so when it is cold he is ready for it.
9GiraffesInside a giraffe’s neck there are seven bones. These bones and a giraffe’s backbone are its vertebrate. Like most hoofed mammals, giraffe’s eat plants. The giraffe uses its upper lip and long tongue to strip the leaves from the tree.