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Hobbs is a giraffe calf. he's growing to be up in a wild animal park together with his mom. while he used to be born, he was once 6 toes tall! He beverages his mother’s milk and slowly grows up until eventually he can run, play, and devour with the remainder of his giraffe herd.

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A. com mother, 3, 5, 12, 17, 21 zookeepers, 12, 21, 28 Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data Hewett, Joan. A giraffe calf grows up / by Joan Hewett ; photographs by Richard Hewett. p. cm. — (Baby animals) Summary: Describes the development of Hobbs, a giraffe living in a wild animal park, from birth to age two years. ISBN: 1–57505–775–1 1. Giraffe—Infancy—Juvenile literature. [1. Giraffe. 2. Animals—Infancy. I. Hewett, Richard, ill. II. Title. III. Series.

At 10 years old, he is considered full grown. Even so, a giraffe can continue to grow very slowly for most of its life. Giraffes have two-toed hooves like deer, sheep, and cows. But the giraffe’s neck is quite a bit different. Scientists think that the giraffe is descended from long-necked hooved animals that lived millions of years ago. Giraffes, like humans, have 7 neck bones. But a giraffe’s neck is about 6 feet long. Its neck bones are big and heavy. The giraffe has strong neck muscles to support its neck bones.

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