By Mary Dagg, Anne Innis Dagg Foundation Giraffe numbers have declined significantly from the impact of people. People have been hunting them for their bones, skin and meat. Here are three ways you can help: 1. Tell your family, friends and schoolmates to never…
Today we give a big HELLO to the Junior Giraffe Club: Junior Giraffe Club is for youth (aged 7–17) who are passionate about giraffes. The vision of the club is to create a worldwide community of giraffe youth ambassadors. Junior Giraffe Club members have been busily preparing…
Scientist Anne Innis Dagg and filmmaker Alison Reid talk about giraffes and the making of a documentary film about Anne’s pioneering research.
For all the mothers and carers out there. Wishing you a happy day!
George Lohay is a scientist with a passion for wildlife and plants, who has worked on projects throughout Tanzania. We learn about how George uses genetics to help protect giraffes.
Meet Monica Bond, a scientist with a passion for understanding more about the world’s tallest animal.
Find the matching pairs: From the Giraffe, Rhinoceros & Elephant Activity Book by Megan Strauss, courtesy of Wild Nature Institute.