A cartoon girafly, or giraffe, is one of the most well-known and iconic species of giraffe.
They’re also the only species in the world with two wings, and their legs can reach up to 14 feet.
However, it can be difficult to identify giraffe from the cartoon version they’re made from, with their coloring and distinctive fur, and sometimes their distinctive markings.
Read more: The giraffe species is so unique that some people are reluctant to call it a giraffe at all, according to a new study published in the Journal of Zoology.
“We wanted to know if the giraffe was a cartoon animal,” said study co-author Matthew H. Smith, a zoology professor at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
A giraffe can grow up to 16 feet long, but the longest recorded giraffe is only 9 feet.
It is one the largest terrestrial animals, standing at 9 feet 9 inches (2.76 meters) tall, according the World Wildlife Fund.
The study, which looked at two different depictions of giraffids, also showed that the giraffs anatomy is quite different from the real thing.
Animals such as lions, elephants and other big animals are also thought to have developed the distinctive “pincer” or “fringed” shape in order to defend themselves.
In other words, it is believed that giraffins were designed to protect themselves, rather than prey on other animals.
As for the animal’s size, researchers found that the actual size of the girafish was only 1.3 feet (0.9 meters), but the animal would weigh as much as 2,000 pounds (1,400 kilograms) depending on its weight class.
If you’re curious about the giras size, the average giraffe weighs in at a little over 200 pounds (105 kilograms), and weighs a little more than 2,100 pounds (2,600 kilograms).
The researchers also found that giraffe have a much lower rate of death compared to other big-bodied carnivores, with just 1.1 per 1 million years of life, compared to the 4.4 per 1,000 years of the elephant, the 7.6 per 1-million-year of the lion and the 17.1-year-old giraffe of the world.
According to Smith, giraffles are one of three species that only breed in captivity, with the other two being elephants and lions.
This species of lion is a rare and endangered species in Africa.
Giraffes live in the rainforests of Africa and Asia, with one group living in the mountains of the Himalayas.
Their numbers are estimated to be around 10,000, with more than 20,000 giraffas breeding in captivity.