Tall Blondes
Additional Web and Print Resources

Web Sites

Giraffe Manor
http://www.giraffemanor.com
Vacation amongst giraffes at this one-of-a-kind inn.

The Game Capture School and Deepgreen Safaris
http://www.gamecapture.info/
Wild animal translocation specialists.

African Fund For Endangered Wildlife
http://www.gcci.org/afew/afew_history.html
To save the sub-species Rothschild giraffe, Betty Leslie-Melville, an American living in Nairobi, Kenya, founded AFEW and Giraffe Manor.

Wildlife Translocation Services
http://www.wts.co.za/index.html
WTS has successfully moved more than 6,000 animals, including giraffes, throughout southern Africa each year.

North Carolina Zoo researchers break giraffe communication code
http://www.umich.edu/~esupdate/library/98.01-02/contents.html
A report on giraffe infrasound.

Recording, Analysis, and Playback of Infrasonic Animal Vocalizations
http://www.acoustics.org/press/140th/muggenthaler.htm
A brief report from giraffe infrasound researcher Elizabeth von Mugganthaler.

Books

Allin, Michael. ZARAFA: A GIRAFFE’S TRUE STORY, FROM DEEP IN AFRICA TO THE HEART OF PARIS. New York: Delta, 1999.

Leach, Michael. GIRAFFE: HABITATS, LIFE CYCLES, FOOD CHAINS, THREATS. New York: Raintree/Steck Vaughn, 2002.

Markert, Jenny. GIRAFFES. San Francisco: Childs World, 2001.

Purmell, Ann. GIRAFFES. New York: Random House, 2003.

Sherr, Lynn. TALL BLONDES: A BOOK ABOUT GIRAFFES. Kansas City, MO: Andrews McMeel Publishing, 1997.

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