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Baby animals make you take a look at your heart and say, "Yes, yes I am a human."

Jillian, This one's for you! ;)

Oh Giraffes, they are just so interesting.  You gotta love their long legs and spots.  Question. What the heck are the lumps on the top of their heads? They are not ears so what are they? Did you know that you can feed the Giraffes at the Fort Wayne Children's Zoo? Someday I will and I will let you know how it is!
http://www.kidszoo.org/animals/animalpage.aspx?ID=25

Awwwwwww he's hungry!
Haha
Mommy Giraffe and baby Giraffe!!!!
Family!
Running baby giraffe!
He's so tired! I didn't know this is how Giraffes sleep. 

Daniel Binkoski –   – (March 2, 2011 at 10:00 AM)  

The lumps on the heads of Giraffes are actually horns made of cartilage and are called ossicones. Males use them when fighting, and they can also be used to tell apart male and female Giraffes. Female ossicones are smaller and have tufts of hair on the tops, while males ossicones are larger and all the hair has been worn away from "necking" which is how Giraffes fight.

Anonymous –   – (March 2, 2011 at 4:43 PM)  

ahhahahahah i love them i love them i love them all!!!!!
LOVE HANNAH DA PUNK FOX! : ) : )

Daniel Evans  – (March 3, 2011 at 7:49 AM)  

haha Binky you would know the answer to that question....

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