Dans la réserve du Masai Mara, un groupe de lions ont des vus sur une petite girafe (girafon), ils veulent sûrement en faire leur dîner. Mais heureusement sa mère le protège et va tenir à distance les prédateurs.
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the effects of Aunts Involvement is always controversial :) Baby giraffes born out in the wild need to be ready to escape predators, which is one of the reasons that the gestation period is so very long. Following its ungraceful entrance to the world, the calf, which spent around 15 months in the womb, lifts its head up moments later as its mother looks down on her newborn. Karen Giraffe Park, Kenya
Giraffes — Giraffes have gestation periods anywhere from 400 to 460 days. Despite being the tallest land animal in the world, the mother gives birth standing up — so the baby needs to be big enough to brace for a long fall. (Interestingly, the fall is typically what bursts the embryonic sack.) With lions and other predators abound, the world is a dangerous place for baby giraffes when they first come into the world — part of the reason for the long delay.
Average gestation for a Giraffe calf is approximately 15 months. Giraffes give birth while standing and unlike humans, the calf is born hooves-first. The calf then proceeds to stand, usually within one hour after birth. In the wild, it is important for a newborn Giraffe to be able to stand quickly to elude predators.