Giraffe is a mammal species that has a highly developed structure and lives in the African region. This animal usually lives in the wastelands of Africa and is among the migratory animal groups. When famine begins, he makes a great migration journey with other migrating herd animals. The migration route usually takes place from South Africa to the North African region. Although rare, it has also been observed to live in the Australian continent. However, its homeland is the African continent. Giraffe's Latin name is Giraffa Camelopardalis. It has a highly developed structure and has a herbivore diet. They usually live in herds and are equipped with very protective instincts. Giraffe Features Giraffe features include a skin color in brown and yellow tones. although he is tall, his skin provides camouflage among the African grasslands. It is known as the tallest mammal living on land. Thanks to its long neck, it can eat tree leaves and fruits in high places. Giraffes average 4.5 meters in length. their weight can reach up to 800 kilograms. An adult giraffe can consume kilograms of grass in a single meal. It is also among the group of ruminant animals. Giraffe Species Giraffe species include Masai Giraffe, Northern Giraffe and Southern Giraffe. These new species have been discovered over the past few years. Giraffes were known to have only one species, but it turned out that the new species did not develop any mutations in their genes and were called a giraffe species.