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Growing to a height between 16 and 20 feet tall, the giraffe is the tallest living terrestrial animal. It's tongue is approximately 20 inches long and is primarily used for stripping leaves from branches. The color of the tongue (which is bluish-black) is thought to aid in the prevention of sunburn.
Originally from Africa.
Taken at the Tulsa Zoo and Living Museum