Nubian giraffes live in eastern South Sudan and southwestern Ethiopia. They also can be found in isolated pockets in Uganda and Kenya.
They are the tallest mammals on Earth, with their legs alone being taller than any human.
They roam the open grasslands in small groups of about half a dozen.
Their tongues are long! The 21-inch tongue helps them pluck tasty morsels from branches.
White rhinos live in four countries of Africa. They are found in South Africa, Zimbabwe, Namibia, and Kenya.
The subspecies, northern white rhino, once lived in Uganda, Sudan, Chad, and the Democratic Republic of the Congo.
The white rhino is the second largest land mammal in the world, after the elephant.
White rhinos can weigh over 2,000 kilograms (2 tons) and stand as tall as 1.8 meters (6 feet).
African elephants live throughout the savannas of sub-Saharan Africa and the rainforests of central and West Africa.
African elephants are matriarchal, meaning they live in female-led groups.
African elephants weigh 6.6 tons and stand at a height of 10-13 ft.
African elephants eat 50 tons of food a year!
The African elephant’s ears are much bigger than its Asian cousin, as they extend above the shoulder.