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May 1, 2020 Johannesburg, South Africa (Press Release) – Giraffes are one of the most extraordinary creatures on our planet and, according to Springbok Casino, they’re just plain cool. This month the South African casino pays tribute to the tall spotted herbivores -- one of the country’s most iconic creatures – with a compilation of cool facts and heartwarming videos about the unique and majestic animals.
“Everyone knows giraffe’s have the longest necks – up to 180 centimetres – but did you know they have a 50-pound heart and that their tongues are 20 inches long?!” marvelled Springbok Casino manager, Daniel van Wyke. “But they have the shortest sleeps, usually only 30 minutes in total in five or six minute naps. Standing up!”
Funny videos on the casino’s Cool Facts About Giraffe’s page include one where giraffes enjoy breakfast at Giraffe Hotel. In another, a giraffe walks casually through a South African Restaurant. In one of the most heartwarming videos, a cheeky little orphaned giraffe is watched over by his friend, Hunter the dog. Perhaps the funniest video is one that shows tall, lanky giraffes bending over to drink.
More cool facts about giraffes as well as a collection of giraffe videos can be found at: https://www.springbokcasino.co.za/giraffes.
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