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There are a lot of people in the medical community who don’t understand how much giraffes have in common with humans, and they’re very hesitant to share this information.
Dr Adam Williams, a veterinary surgeon from the University of Western Sydney, is one of those doctors.
“I have a pretty good understanding of giraffe behaviour, and I’ve got a pretty strong interest in giraffe health,” he says.
He’s been working with giraffe research since the 1980s, and he’s not afraid to share that information with his colleagues.
“Giraffes don’t have an emotional response to human emotion, they don’t like to feel sad,” he explains.
“They just react to it as if it’s a normal thing to do.”
The Giraffe Science Foundation is a charity set up by Dr Williams in 2015 to help giraffal research.
It’s set up with the goal of supporting the science of giraffa health, including the ability to find and track giraffe species.
Dr Williams says that research needs to start with the basics.
“A giraffe has to have a body, a head, a tail, a trunk and a body cavity,” he told us.
If you want to know more about giraffas, you can find out more about their biology at giraffafauna.org.au.”
That is a very basic, basic structure and that needs to be followed up on with a lot more studies.”
If you want to know more about giraffas, you can find out more about their biology at giraffafauna.org.au.