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Amy Attenborough

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Amy worked at Londolozi from 2014 to 2017, guiding full time before moving into the media department, where her photographic and story-telling skills shone through. Her deep love of all things wild and her spiritual connection to Africa set her writing and guiding ...

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on The Ten Craziest Facts You Should Know About A Giraffe

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Dave Mills
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Most interesting, Amy. Thanks a million. (You really stuck your neck out on this blog. You are the height of intelligence. Aargh.)

Amanda Ritchie
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Such a great post, Amy!

Deb Helfrich
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Amy, this is the most informative article about giraffes I have ever read. I have to agree with you that watching these magnificently different creatures automatically clears out our minds and allows us to stay present with unbelievable beauty.

Judy B.
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Loved the information about giraffes. I have also always thought they are amazing creatures.

Jill Larone
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Amy, thank you for a very interesting, informative write-up. I loved watching the Giraffes while there at Londolozi — they’re so graceful and beautiful and do having a calming effect.

Ginger Brucker
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Great facts Amy! Love your bogs. I feel a kinship with these long-legged lovelies though I am not as graceful..but also thankful my tongue is smaller and not bluish/black.

Ginger Brucker
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that would be love your blogs 😄 not sure about bogs….

David
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How much blood does a giraffe have.

Paige Dissanayake
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What an absolutely gorgeous collection of photographs! I particularly love that first video of two young males necking.

I actually wrote a similar blog post incorporating all the fun facts that I learnt about giraffes whilst on my trip around Botswana over December. Please feel free to check it out! I have to say – the fact that the collective term for group of giraffes is termed a tower when stationary, but a journey when on the move, has to be one of my favourite parts of the English language!

I actually wrote a fun blog post about giraffes, based on my findings from my recent trip to Botswana in December. I’d absolutely adore it if you were to check it out! paigingdoctor.com/giraffe-ic-park/

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