Structure et fonction du cou de la girafe

Le cou d'une girafe mesure jusqu'à 2,5 mètres de long, pèse environ 250 kilogrammes et est maintenu par un seul tendon et sept vertèbres cervicales. Lorsque la girafe se penche pour boire, il peut mettre en difficulté le système vasculaire de l'animal. Créateur : ZDF/Terra X/R.Marel/C.Gerisch/SpiegelTV/Jochen Schmidt Traduction et doublage : alugha Cliquez ici pour voir plus de vidéos : https://alugha.com/TerraX

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