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Zoo Zlín Lešná u Žiraf Rothschild
Czech Republic

Žirafa je nejvyšším suchozemským savcem. Pro její tělo je typický dozadu svažující se hřbet, dlouhé štíhlé nohy, dlouhý krk tvořený 7 obratli a vzorovaná kůže. Žirafa se dále vyznačuje poměrně malou hlavou, na níž jsou kromě velkých očí a uší nejnápadnější krátké růžky pokryté osrstěnou kůží (3 nebo 5). Jde o výrůstky kostí temenních a kosti čelní, které se nevyměňují a zůstávají po celý život. Nosí je obě pohlaví. Protáhlý čenich žirafovitých zakončují velké pysky, které s nezvykle dlouhým jazykem slouží ke spásaní výhonků a listí stromů. Žaludek je čtyřdílný a slepé střevo je vyvinuto. Žirafa je mimochodník.

Zvířata v ZOO Zlín:

- samec Bataro narozen v roce 1997 v Emmenu, příchod 1998
- samice Kamila narozena v roce 1997 ve Dvoře Králové, příchod 1998
- sameček Balogun narozený 12.5.2010 v naší zoo
celkem odchováno jedenáct mláďat

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