How do the giraffes sleep?


The giraffes don’t need much rest to load their energy, they sleep 2 hours per night.

Due to its size and predators, the giraffe don’t use to lay down to sleep, normally sleeps standing,because its knee lock, and make easier a possible escape, so the giraffes can support their heads on a tree or even on a friend.

The giraffes just lay and support their neck on the body if they are really safe, because standing up is a hard task due to their long legs and neck.

When the giraffe is lying down stretched, probably it is very sick.