Bindi & Robert Irwin feature - Giraffes (Rosie and Forest) - Growing Up Wild





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Published on Sep 22, 2012

Robert & Bindi Irwin showcase their wildest animals at Australia Zoo.
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Forest and Rosie the Giraffes are the tallest animals in the world, a full grown male Giraffe can be up to 18ft tall. The Giraffe's great height means a baby Giraffe being born falls seven feet to the ground. Their long necks help them to reach high into the trees for food despite it's length a Giraffe's neck only has seven vertebrae the same as a human being. There 16inch long blue tongue also helps them get hold of food, and also to take carrots straight out of the mouths of Robert and Bindi whilst also delivering a sloppy kiss!

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Danae Delange
bindi's and roberts relationship is adorable, i love how they get along. 
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Karlie James
omg!! i love love love giraffes and rosie is super cute
Lemzie Lou
How many lad is bindi here? 12? -13?
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Ava Kyle
I wish I could be you
Cringy Failure
Man I'm in California but I want to go to Australia zoo so bad
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Lorrie Smith
I've loved giraffes since Dad fed me to one at 13 months old. (Yeah, he's a funny guy.) It is a favorite family home movie. Bindi and Baby Bob are wonderful role models for every age!
OffBeatEmilyIsCool ROBLOX
Omg the giraffe kissed bindi 😂
Me Myself
how wonderful to see Steve Irwin's children follow in his footsteps.
Laura Muir
is this on cbbc planning to watch tonight
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