Total Dimensions: Height 10'' x Width 10''
Approximate Weight: 7 LBS
Original Reproduction: Original
 Of all the animals in the world, the giraffe is the tallest and has the longest neck. A male giraffe’s head may be as much as six meters above the ground. A female is only a little shorter. Nearly half of the giraffes’ great height is in its neck and head. Even so, the giraffe has only seven bones in its neck, the same as most other mammals and each of the bones are very long. A giraffe eats leaves and grass. In order to eat grass, it must spread its front feet wide apart so that I can get its head down the ground. Mostly it eats leaves. The giraffe’s long neck enables it to eat leaves that are beyond the reach of other ground animals. The giraffe twists its long tongue around the highest leaves and pulls them into its mouth then it chews them with its teeth and long, flexible upper lip. This amazing sculpture shows the giraffe in a walking stance his left leg slightly back and his front right leg moving forward. This well cast and highly detailed 100% bronze has captured this magnificent mammal in a lifelike pose and has a very attractive patina finish and is signed by artist Milo.
Availability: 7 In Stock
Product Code: AL-309
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