Maasai giraffes are in danger of extinction

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The Maasai giraffes, the tallest mammals in the world found in Tanzania, are driven down to extinction due to urbanization, the growth of agricultural land, and illegal hunting. Their numbers have been declining rapidly in the past 40 years, and only 35,000 Giraffes are left.

 

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