How does a giraffe adapt to its habitat?

Long, tough tongues enable the giraffe to pull leaves from branches without being hurt by the thorns during feeding. They have amazing strong tongues which allow them to hold branches by wrapping their tongues around the branches) There tongues are up to 18 inches long. Giraffes only sleep for 20 minutes rather than all night that’s because lions, tigers and all wild animals can sneak up on them and eat them, they can be wide awake to see when a wild animal is going to eat them. The reson they have long necks is because they can reach inside and the top of trees to eat leafs and all others.

These giraffes only live in Africa all around. Giraffes only survive in hot places not cold like Antarctica.