Giraffe and zebra go head-to-head in playful race at Longleat Safari Park

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THIS is the hilarious moment a giraffe and a zebra went head-to-head in a race at Longleat Safari Park – with the giraffe winning by a neck. Stunning pictures show the animals galloping through their enclosure in Longleat, Wilts. Rothschild giraffe Rudy won the race against Grant’s Zebra Iebe yesterday. Keeper Ian Turner said: “It […]
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