National Geographic : 1942 Dec
© National Geographic Society Kodachrome byW.Robert Moore Giraffes Use Their Two-story Necks to Stretch for AppetizingLeaves Tallest of mammals, these well-camouflaged beasts often reach the height of 18 feet. To get their heads down to theground todrink they spread their long front legs. They are swift of foot, but appear ungainly as they move with pacing gait. Hundreds roam in Kruger National Park; lions aretheir only enemies.