Learn all about the amazing world of giraffes, and follow their lives from calf to adult. Do all giraffes have the same pattern on their fur? How long is a giraffe's tongue? What is necking and why do giraffes do it? Find out the answers to these questions and many more in this beautifully designed book, part of the Animal Lives series from QED. Full of stunning photographs of giraffes in their natural habitat, this is a wonderful and awe-inspiring addition to any child's bookshelf. Each title in this appealing series takes an up-close look at a different creature, exploring habitat, conservation and animal adaptation, as well as looking at the life cycle of the particular animal and the way the young survive - often against tremendous odds. This series also discusses the importance of protecting endangered species and their habitats.
This is Book 6 in the Animal Lives Series. See all Animal Lives books here.
Sally Morgan is a freelance author of children's science and environmental books and CD-ROMs with over 30 books to her name by a number of publishers, including Future Tech: Energy and the new Looking at Minibeasts series published by Belitha Press. Sally is a former science teacher and has a degree in Biological Science from Cambridge University. She livesMore about Sally Morgan