Giraffes are herbivores. Planteaters usually eat leaves from trees. But they don't eat leaves from pine trees or oak trees. They use their long necks to reach up to trees to pluck the leaves off and eat them.
No, giraffes do not eat other animals. Giraffes are herbivores and only eat plants, leaves, and twigs. The giraffes long necks let them find food other animals can't. No, giraffes are herbivores, which means that they eat plant material such as the leaves of trees.
because it helps them eat leafs off of trees. to help them roll around on the ground and have fun (; Giraffes use their long necks to eat the leaves off of the tops of trees, where they are most tender and nutritious.