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The animals are believed to have leucism, a genetic condition affecting pigment.
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'Giraffes are the new whistleblower begging us for vigilance.'
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The death of 2-year-old Marius in 2014 sparked global outrage.
The long-necked mammal has long been thought of as a single species. But that's a tall tale, new research shows.
A rare subspecies is being slaughtered for use as a dowry.