What is the hair on a giraffe neck called?
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Thereof, what is a giraffe neck called?
Male giraffes use their horns to playfully fight with one another. They also spar by swinging their heads at one another and entwining their necks, which is called "necking." [ Images: Animals' Dazzling Headgear]
Likewise, do giraffes have a mane? A giraffe also has a mane that runs the length of its neck, and horns and bumps upon its head. But almost everything about a giraffe's life is determined by its height.
Likewise, how strong is a giraffe neck?
That causes their necks to be heavy, usually between 500 and 600 pounds.
What kind of sound does a giraffe make?
Giraffes Do Make Sounds to Communicate Yes, they do have vocal cords, and the types of documented sounds attributed to them include grunts, moaning, snoring, bellows, snorts, coughs, bleats and mews, hissing, whistle-like cries, and flute-like sounds. But there is a catch.