Giraffes fight by whipping their heads at each other. | 22 Facts That Will Change The Way You Look At Giraffes

22 Facts That Will Change The Way You Look At Giraffes

That is going to hurt..Two Masai Giraffes Fighting

'That Is Going To Hurt: Two Masai Giraffes Fighting' - photo by Robert Muckley / Getty Images; Male giraffes establish dominance by "necking" – swinging their necks at each other to land hard blows.

Violent Giraffe Fight

Violent giraffe fight viral video

Best bets: Giraffes fight with their necks on 'Africa' - NBC News Entertainment

Zebras Fighting Photograph by Johan Swanepoel

Zebras Fighting Photograph by Johan Swanepoel

'Most Violent Giraffe Fight Ever' Video Goes Viral: 2 Giraffes Slam Necks Against Eachother

'Most Violent Giraffe Fight Ever' Video Goes Viral: 2 Giraffes Slam Necks Against Eachother

Giraffes fighting, Angama Mara, Kenya

Giraffes fighting, Angama Mara, Kenya

African Safari with Giraffes Fighting

[Loud audio] Giraffe fights are about as strange to watch as you'd imagine. Brutal nonetheless.

Giraffe males fighting by Mogens Trolle, via Dreamstime

Giraffe males fighting by Mogens Trolle, via Dreamstime

Some Necking by Morkel Erasmus on 500px. Two male giraffes fight for female affection with terrible ferocity and strength in Etosha, Namibia.

Some Necking by Morkel Erasmus on Two male giraffes fight for female affection with terrible ferocity and strength in Etosha, Namibia.

As the tallest animals in the world, with gangly legs, twisting black tongues and patchwork markings, giraffes (Giraffa camelopardalis) are instantly recognisable. Footage recorded for a new landmark natural history series, Africa, coproduced by the BBC and Discovery, reveals a little seen brutal aspect to giraffes' lives. Male giraffes were filmed engaging in a bruising fight, literally going head to head until a single giraffe is left standing.

Giraffe fights and friendships

Who can forget this incredible fight between 2 male giraffe on BBC Africa series?

Giraffe fighting, Chobe National Park, Botswana

Giraffe fighting, Chobe National Park, Botswana

Male giraffes fight by rubbing and twisting their necks together. Sometimes this test of strength arouses the giraffes so much that they stop fighting and move onto… other things.

22 Reasons Giraffes Should Be Your New Favourite Animal

Male giraffes fight by rubbing and twisting their necks together. Sometimes this test of strength arouses the giraffes so much that they stop fighting and move onto.

(via 500px / Giraffe Fight Club II by Denis Roschlau)

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Giraffes fight for mating rights, by using their powerful necks to decide who is the 'top dog ' socially and have the right to populate their group = better than claws , horns or teeth fights , this way it's just a display of force akin to humans arm wrestling , so no infection results from wounds going septic !! ( Vet takes ages to fly in when phone !!! ) ( lol )

Giraffes fight for mating rights, by using their powerful necks to decide who is the 'top dog ' socially and have the right to populate their group = better than claws , horns or teeth fights , this way it's just a display of force akin to humans arm wrestling , so no infection results from wounds going septic !! ( Vet takes ages to fly in when phone !!! ) ( lol )

Giraffe Vs Giraffe Deadliest Fight Ever Seen - Nat Geo Wild - YouTube

Giraffe Vs Giraffe Deadliest Fight Ever Seen - Nat Geo Wild

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