Nosey giraffes poke their heads into safari car (video)

Attacked by Friendly Giraffes in Bus


These visitors to a safari zoo in Thailand were in for a bit of a surprise when they suddenly found themselves a little too close to some hungry (and rather over-friendly) giraffes.

The giraffes, who live at the Rescue Safari Zoo stuck their long necks inside the bus to see what was for lunch.

See also: Video: Giraffe attacks safari jeep full of tourists

See also: Beautiful rare baby Rothschild giraffe born at Chester Zoo


A giraffe's neck can reach lengths of six ft and can weigh as much as 600lb.

According to National Geographic they are they world's tallest animals and they also have the ability to run as fast as 35 miles per hour.

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Nosey giraffes poke their heads into safari car (video)
A Rothschild's giraffe calf at Woburn Safari Park in Bedfordshire, 2013.
The giraffe (Giraffa camelopardalis) is an African even-toed ungulate mammal, the tallest of all land-living animal species, and the largest ruminant. The giraffe's scientific name, which is similar to its antiquated English name of camelopard, refers to its irregular patches of coloir on a light background, which bear a token resemblance to a leopard's spots. The tallest male recorded stood almost 6 metres (20 ft).
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