British artist Alex Matthews carves absolutely delightful creatures from fruits and vegetables, like this potato-hippo (above) and this parsnip-giraffe "paraffe" (below)!
This impressive photo shows a curious behavior sometimes seen in wild giraffes called osteophagia. It literally means "bone eating."
A giraffe came across a wildlife photographer's camera and knocked it on its back, giving us an idea of what a giraffe hoof to the head would look like.
By now you've probably seen news articles showing a giraffe in a Dutch zoo sharing a tender moment with a terminally ill zoo worker. Do the claims that this giraffe was kissing its human friend goodbye hold up to scientific scrutiny? Let me break it down for you.
A six-foot tall giraffe was born at the Virginia Zoo in Norfolk and in order to get all her measurables (height, weight) the zoo hilariously had a beefy man carry the baby zoo on a scale. It seems so calm!
A recent post on pubmed has stirred my ire, and forced me to confront today's approach to science. No longer can we sit back, hiding behind computer models. It's time for experimentation.
Think you got it easy cause your boss ain't around? You better think twice. Designed by HeadThere, the Giraffe is a remote controlled mobile videoconferencing robot. It can be operated via the Internet by anyone who wants to see, talk, or interact with people far-away. The robot stands 5'8" tall and uses a 14-inch…