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A giraffe will eat up to 140 lbs. of food each day, using its 18 to 21 inch-long tongue to pull down and eat acacia leaves.
Giraffes have 2 hair-covered knobs called ossicones at the top of their skulls. With age, males may grow a third.
Ever watchful for predators, giraffes get little sleep—only 5 minutes at a time, for only a half hour to 4 hours each day.
A pregnant giraffe gives birth standing up, and the newborn drops 6 feet to the ground to take its first startled breath.
Giraffe: Pathfinder Pendant
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Pottery-like jewelry of artisanal quality, fresh design, and intrinsic meaning are embodied in each handmade piece from a DeWitt, Michigan studio where artists use proprietary techniques to create a richness of detail not found in other media. These beautifully rendered pieces are known for their educational and interpretive value as they elicit wonder and personal meaning to customers.