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Q: Over a few million years in africa droughts have often caused grasses and shrubs to die some years while tall trees survived because of this giraffes with very long necks could feed in the trees while?
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In Africa droughts have often caused grasses and shrubs to die while tall trees survived because of this giraffes with very long necks could feed in the trees but hsort necks could not now all giraffe?

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Over a few million years in Africa droughts have often caused grasses and shrubs to die some years while tall trees survived Because of this giraffes with very long necks could feed in the trees?

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Over a few million years in Africa, droughts have often caused grasses and shrubs to die some years, while tall trees survived Because of this, giraffes with very long necks could feed in the trees w?

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Over a few million years in Africa droughts have often caused grasses and shrubs to die some years while tall trees survived Because of this giraffes with very long necks could feed in the trees w?

directonal SELECTION


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How do giraffes get their prey?

giraffes are herbivores, that means they only eat plants, like leaves from trees and grasses. they do not eat meat.


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No, they just eat it. They eat tree leaves and grasses right from the tree or ground.


What animals do giraffes eat?

Giraffes browse entirely on plants, grasses, and leaves. Their long necks mean they can reach leaves higher in the tress than can be reached by other grazers.


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Most giraffes are not nocturnal. They feed on leaves and grasses throughout their day and then go to sleep at night.


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