When Giraffes Fight – In Murchison Falls National Park, Uganda | WILDLIFE

Giraffes may seem gentle giants but they can be aggressive too at times – just like any other species on the planet. As I spotted in the Murchison Falls National Park in Uganda.

During one of the game drives, I came across a group and some of them seemed to be in a loving mood – they were necking each other. What seemed like a sweet sight was actually not so – they were male giraffes and this was their way of fighting.

Why do they fight? Over women. Or territory. And sometimes without reason. Men will be men. Tune into this video to witness the ‘fights’!!

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