This video is called Giraffes at Nkorho Pan.
From the BBC:
The world’s tallest animal, the giraffe, may actually be several species, a study has found.
A report in BMC Biology uses genetic evidence to show that there may be at least six species of giraffe in Africa.
Currently giraffes are considered to represent a single species classified into multiple subspecies. …
The study also found that the two giraffe subspecies that live closest to each other – the reticulated giraffe (Currently: Giraffa camelopardalis reticulate) in North Kenya, which has reddish round spots; and the Maasai giraffe (Currently: Giraffa camelopardalis tippelskirchi) in South Kenya – separated 0.5 to 1.5 million years ago.
See also here.
Video about giraffes in Kenya: here.
Niger scrub becomes last sanctuary for giraffe herds: here.
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