They're not horns. They're not antlers. The "bony things" on a giraffe's head are called "ossicones." They are growths formed from soft cartilage that has super hardened (ossified). They remain covered with skin and hair/fur, unlike the horns of deer and antelopes. Giraffes have 2 ossicones on top of their heads; those of the female are smaller than those of the male. It is with these "horns" that the giraffe can be sexed: Females have a tuft of fur atop of the horn, whereas the males horns are bald. Some males develop calcium deposits on top of their heads, creating an illusion of three or more horns. However, these are not true horns and giraffes always have 2 ossicones.
The head giraffe.
Do you mean "processes" or features? Because am not sure there are any hornlike processes as far as the uterus is concerned. But if features perhaps, then it would be the fallopian tubes that have a 'hornlike' shape.
A giraffe will lower its head when it is angry.
You feed a giraffe by standing on a really tall platform that reaches the giraffe's head!
A giraffe can have 5 horns on it's head A giraffe can have 5 horns on it's head
The okapi is a member of the giraffe family with distinctive stripes on its legs. Its head resembles that of a giraffe, but it does not have the giraffe's long neck.
it a giraffe
they do they swing there head at them.
A giraffe could totally choke on its food if the head was on the ground. This is not a natural feeding position.
I know for sure they stole a watercolor picture of the giraffe and the dog whistle she used to call "Jemmy" the giraffe. I am not sure about the third.
Logically it has to be the Giraffe !! :)