- The giraffe's fantastic features. Klugh, Diane M. // Hopscotch;Aug/Sep95, Vol. 7 Issue 2, p12
Focuses on giraffes. Description; Spotted skin pattern; Hiding places; Food habits.
- Who am I? // Ranger Rick;Sep93, Vol. 27 Issue 9, p39
Pictures a black and white animal with pointed ears who calls himself a short-necked giraffe. Where to look to find out what kind of animal this is; Where to send your guesses; Prize for the first ten correct answers.
- Hello-o-o down there. // National Geographic World;Oct89, Issue 170, p16
Photo essay, with text, of a giraffe's head and neck. Habits and behavior of giraffes.
- What good is that long neck? Frame, George W. // Highlights for Children;Mar95, Vol. 50 Issue 3, p6
Offers information about the Masai giraffes of eastern Africa. What they eat; Their height; Benefits of their long necks; Why male giraffes neck-fight; How their markings vary according to where they live.
- Giraffes win by a neck. Hickey, Georgina; Proske, Uwe // Nature Australia;Summer97/98, Vol. 25 Issue 11, p8
Presents information on the nature of Australia focusing on the Giraffes (Giraffa camelopardalis). Why does giraffes have long necks; How does giraffes feed; Comparison giraffes to fossil giraffes; Reference to observations done by Robert Simmons and Lue Scheepers of the Ministry of Environment...
- Looking Up. Margulis, Jennifer // Smithsonian;Nov2008, Vol. 39 Issue 8, p36
A personal narrative is presented which explores the author's experience in Niger studying an endangered subspecies of wild giraffes.
- Requiem for Freddie. // Alberta Report / Newsmagazine;1/10/94, Vol. 21 Issue 4, p37
States Freddie the giraffe, former inmate and major attraction of the Alberta Wildlife Park, died last week of an apparent heart attack at his new home in Clive, northeast of Red Deer. Freddie was moved to his last home in March.
- Florida: Hurricane leads to monkey business and more. Larsen, Larry // Outdoor Life;Jan93, Vol. 191 Issue 1, p10
States that more than 3,881 nonnative animals that escaped during Hurricane Andrew are still roaming Florida's Dade County. Danger posed by some species; Concern over the exotic animals' effects on native wildlife.
- `Living fossil' comes out of its shell. Puttnam, Clare // New Scientist;3/20/93, Vol. 137 Issue 1865, p16
Reports on research by P.N. Dilly of St. George's Hospital Medical School in London on graptolites, a group of animals thought to have become extinct but may still be lurking in the unexplored ocean depths. When graptolites originated; How geologists use graptolites; Possibly a distant relative...