Who has the most neck bones a human or giraffe?

There are only 7 neck bones a human has

While, Giraffe has also 7 neck bones

Both humans and giraffe has the same numbers of neck bones
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How many neck bones does a giraffe have?

Giraffes have 7 neck vertebrae, the exact same number as other mammals, but they are much larger and elongated.
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