Giraffe is a ruminant artiodactyl that grows in Africa. The Latin name means "camel with leopard print". They are the tallest surviving terrestrial animals in the world. When standing, it can reach 6-8 meters from head to toe and weigh about 700 kilograms. The newborn cub is 1.5 meters high. The color of the fur is spotted and reticulated. The head has a wide forehead, a sharp kiss, and ears. Large erect, with a pair of short horns on the top of the head, covering the skin and hairs; the neck is particularly long (about 2 meters), the back of the neck has a row of mane; the body is shorter; The hoof is broad; the tail is short and the tail is black tufted. Teeth are primitive low-crown teeth, which can't feed on grass but only on leaves; the tongue is longer and can be used for feeding; it has short horns and is covered by hairy skin.