The part about the male giraffe smelling the females urine and curling his lips and stuff is exactly what my male goat does when he is around doing. I now think he’s doing the same thing. Giraffe merica. But until I watched this video I just thought he was a freak. And for those who don’t know giraffes are on the verge of becoming endangered species, their numbers fading fast.
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We love learning so much from you through Wild Sex! I am so excited about the upcoming Wild Moms videos! And think it’s great to learn how long each animal’s pregnancy is and if the dads stick around to co-parent, etc! Thank you for all you teach us!!! Giraffe merica. I love the videos you do! Thank you for the wild knowledge you’ve given. Can you please do one about rabbits/bunnies? mmm there are plenty of humans that like sticking there nose up asses and piss on there face and only pleasure women for 3 seconds
For that day, click to buy this funny shirt now! Finally found out what noise a giraffe makes (stumped for ages singing old MacDonald had a farm to an unsleepy 2 yo) – none that we can here! I love giraffes. It was a thrill to see them in their natural habitat in Africa. But I have to say, that was one arrogant ostrich. My son in law put all the windows down and the ostrich came over and kept looking at us while my 10 yr old grandson screamed at such a high pitch it hurt my ears and jumped on my lap while my son in law laughed like a crazy person in the front.
Be cool and relax with it!
I took one of my grandsons on a safari in Texas. Topsy in or near Killeen. We had the best day ever, however, we did not feed the ostrich because we were both afraid of him. He pecked on the roof of the car! I love that the animals were free to roam and we were in the cage (car). I highly recommend it. Just watch out for antlers hitting your car and those donkeys. One wouldn’t stop leaning on the car even when we tried to drive away! We went back the next day with my daughter and son in law while my grandson and I sat in the back seat.
There were emus there too but not with horns. Not sure what Erica encountered on her safari. Maybe it was an emu wearing a costume? No wonder she was scared. Just like a baby horse (foal) has to spraddle their front legs farther apart to reach the ground to eat and drink (depending on the height of the water trough), that’s what giraffes do in order to reach down to a water source. A giraffe walks into a bar. The bartender asks him if he wants a longneck. The giraffe asks, ” Do I have a choice? ”