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Digital Calendar photo description

“Boo to You!”

Early morning in the Phinda Game Researve Kwa-Zulu Natal, South Africa this mother Giraffe and her calf were foraging for food amongst the trees and bushes when the mother moved her head down towards the calf who in turn pulled out it stongue and appeared to say to it’s mother “Boo to You!”

Giraffe  Giraffa camelopardalis

The biggest ruminant and the tallest mammal. Very long neck with short,upstanding mane, high shoulders sloping steeply to hind quarters, long legs nearly equal in length. The male weighs up to 1900 kg and the female 1200 kg. Height to top of horns up to 5.5 m. Has long, prehensile tongue. Horns: solidbone, skin covered, a main pair in both sexes but female’s thin and tufted,male’s thick and bald on top. Possible scent glands on eyelids, nose and lips.

Nikon D3,  12.1 megapixel resolution,  FX format,  AF-S VR-Nikkor 200-400 mm f4G lens with 1.4 xteleconverter, effective focal length 490 mm, 1/500th sec @ f9, ISO4000

Photograph by Trevor Woodburn