Giraffe perplexed by visitors to West Midland Safari Park

‘What are you looking at?’

Giraffe
The giraffe has a close up view of visitors to West Midland Safari Park in Bewdley (Picture: Joanna Noble)

This giraffe seems baffled by the attention it received as it was snapped at the West Midland Safari Park.

Although you would imagine that by now the animal would have got used to thousands of visitors flooding into the venue.

The quizzical expression on the massive mammal’s face was captured by Joanna Noble at the popular facility in Bewdley. There are currently seven of the giraffes at the safari park. The animals have an unusually long lifespan – they can live up to 25 years in the wild.

The park is home to a variety of other wild animals such as rhino, cheetah, white lions, tigers, African wild dogs and elephants.

Female giraffe Faida recently had a meeting with one of the park’s newest additions –baby white rhino Ekozu.

They came nose to nose then the bold youngster tried to show off by pushing his head forwards.

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