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Giraffe Pictures - Just Because
Why? Because we have them. And, on any given day in the whole world there must be zillions of kids doing reports on animals, and teachers looking to provide educational content. Here are a few very non-professional photos from my visit to the Milwaukee Zoo.
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Animal Posters
 Giraffe eating a tree.
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Walking behind the white giraffe. Oops. I cut off the feet.
    Long necked giraffe browsing.      
      Giraffes tongue.    
Three long-necked shots.
The tongue helps gather up the tasty leaves.
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