Trail Cameras Capture Real Wildlife Photos

Giraffes Caught Enoying Some Water

These giraffes were captured by a trail camera in Africa, placed by a waterhole. Giraffes can grow up to eighteen feet in height and are only found in the savannahs of Africa, where they often graze on grass and other plant life. Giraffes are able to spot any predators from a distance since they have such tall necks and are often stronger than you think, as they are able to fend off many predators.

Giraffes’ favorite plant to eat is the acacia tree leaves, and they consume up to 100 pounds of food each day. They are known to live up to 25 years in the wild and are some of the most unique animals.