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The world’s tallest mammals
Giraffes are famous for their spectacular height: the average height of a grown-up male is 17,4 feet (5,3 meters). By itself, the giraffe’s neck is 7,9 feet (2,4 meters) tall. It is made up of the same number of neck bones as most mammals, including humans, but they are much larger. Thanks to their height, good sight and sense of smell, giraffes are often used by other animals as a “control tower”.
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