are as attractive as males because they interact with a large number of other animals of their breed, especially female giraffes.
Although female giraffes also form large groups, these groups are usually ‘female’ with very few male giraffes.
In these groups, too, the females of giraffes are mostly related to other females, while in other groups, males and females have very limited relationships with giraffes.
Unlike female giraffes, young males prefer to live in larger groups, while males of one group are more closely related to giraffes of other groups, especially female giraffes.
However, older male giraffes do not take much interest in expanding their social relationships and limit themselves as they age.
In a report published in the latest issue of the research journal Animal Bee Heavy , experts suggest that the tendency for young male giraffes to interact more may be due to the search for the best female giraffe for mating. ۔
The report also states that it is not beneficial to isolate a few giraffes from their group for the sake of safety and relocate them, but rather to make them socially isolated, leading to their racism. The desire is also affected.
This means that keeping giraffes in their natural groups to protect them would be much better in saving their endangered species.
This research will also help in better planning for the future of giraffe conservation.