Well I never knew that either!


A giraffe’s heart weighs an incredible 24 pounds.

A giraffe can go longer without water than a camel.

A full grown giraffe’s neck can weigh as much as 500 pounds.

The tallest mammal in the world is the giraffe.

Giraffes have black tongues.

In one minute, the heart of a giraffe can pump 160 gallons of blood.

An adult giraffe’s kick is so powerful that it can decapitate a lion.

Adult male giraffes bang their long necks together in a form of ritual fighting, during which no harm is done to either giraffe.

A giraffe can clean its ears with its 21-inch tongue!

7 thoughts on “Well I never knew that either!

  1. Why don’t you do man united. Let me tell you some facts
    .The real name is Newton heath
    .They are the richest club in the world
    .They are the first team to win the treble
    .There ground hold over 70,000 people!
    .Non of the team surived the munich air disater
    .There ground is called Old Trafford
    .The whole building can evacuat in 8 minites

  2. Also let me tell you some facts about the Nintendo Wii
    .It is the only console on the market with motion sensors
    .It is the the ceapest out of the three consoles
    .I have 10 games
    .The remote cost £30
    .The virtaul console games cost up to £8
    .The numchuk cost £15
    .The Wii itself cost £180

  3. Let me tell you some facts about the Chinese Water Dragon

    1. Dragons use their tails for balance
    2. They have a third eye which is in the middle of their head,it helps them to sense a change in light
    3. Their tongue has a sticky surface to help them catch their prey.
    4. Water Dragons may live between 10-18 years.
    5.They can hold their breath for up to 25 minutes.
    6. Dragons are carnivorous and insectivorous.
    7.Water Dragons are native to Southeast Asia
    8. Male’s average 3ft, females smaller.
    9.Temeperature needed 84-88 f.
    10. Feed every second day crickets,wax worms,fruit and vegatables.
    🙂

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