Male Giraffes are often sparring (a “not serious” fight for training).
Today we watched two bulls fighting for real. The impact of the skull (ossicones) onto the opponents body sounded very painful.
Hey Christian, Just wanted you to know I am still keeping tabs on you every day, just have not had time to comment of late…big TN Council Photo Field Trip in the works just two weeks away. Should settle down somewhat after that. Can not tell you how much I have enjoyed your blog. Keep those amazing photos of yours coming.
Great collage of action photos.When Giraffes are really fighting, the sounds that are made are very painful to hear. It’s sounds like their breaking every bone in their body For-Real! They have one strong and powerful neck.Thanks again for the awesome photos.Have a great one.
Christian, I truly love every one of your posts. I took your Advanced Photo class at the zoo a couple of years ago, and you were so inspiring. I have loved keeping up with your adventures in Africa and your posts are so much fun to read. The things you see in the wild — and capture photographically–are unmatched. Keep it up and stay safe!
Hi Christian – I truly enjoy your blog and have nominated it for an award! Please see the details at http://tinylessonsblog.com/2012/10/07/appreciation-in-multitude/. Take care Tiny
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