Baby giraffes can run properly within 10 hours of their birth.
Giraffes usually sleep standing up.
The scientific name for giraffes is Camelopardalis.
Julius Casear came up with the name Campelopardalis (which is a combination of camel and leopard) since the giraffe looked like a mix of the two species.
Giraffes only sleep for about 10 minutes to 2 hours a day.
Giraffes can either walk or gallop - there is no inbetween.
Their tongues reach lengths of 17.75 inches (45 cm).
Giraffes walk at an average speed of 10 mph (16 kph).
They have extremely good eyesight.