Flash Post 175!
Button, did you know that giraffes spend about eighty percent of their day eating?
Their long necks assist them to reach really high to tear off leaves, plants and shrubs which they swallow.
These are later regurgitated for chewing. This is called “chewing the cud.” Which is the other animal that chews the cud?
Excellent. By the way, both the giraffe and the cow have four stomachs.
What do they do with four stomachs?
I’ll do some research and get back to you on this one. I don’t have a clue. Readers, anybody, any guesses?