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Do giraffes have eyelashes?

Yes, giraffes have eyelashes. They are very long and help protect their eyes from sand and the small piece of bark and wood that fall of the trees as they eat. Their eyelas (MORE)

Do giraffes bite?

Giraffes are not known for biting and are unlikely to do so. They are more likely to lick.
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Can cheetahs swim?

Yes, Cheetahs can swim, but they really don't like to, so they tend not to swim unless they really have no other choice.
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How tall are cheetahs?

Cheetahs range from about 66 to 94 cm tall at the shoulder. That's about 26 to 37 inches. Male Cheetahs tend to me a little larger than females, and have slightly bigger h (MORE)