• GiRAFFE: THE GENESIS
CONCLUSION
GiRAFFES ARE
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    • Wonder if this works with penis size
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    • So if I stuck my dick in longer fleshlights I will have a bigger dick?
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    • Fun fact! Giraffes evolved long necks not because of access to food, they are actually often seen grazing the ground instead of trees. They actually evolved their long necks as a form of intrasexual competition. Have you ever seen two male giraffes fight? They fight with their necks!
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    • Giraffes are like the indian dudes who keep coming back to your DMs no matter how much you curve them
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    • Lamarckism af
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    • Copper 22 jun
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    • There are actually people that don’t think evolution exists...
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    • That’s how evolution works
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    • About this, how do giraffes fit into evolution? Because if they didn’t have long necks to start off with, they never would have eaten from trees, eating instead food on the ground. But if that’s the case, they never needed to develop long necks.
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    • I mean...this is how evolution works. Food sources evolve, animals evolve with them.
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    • And the trees are stubborn bushes
      Radicrash 22 jun
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    • I likes the one where the tree says dude fuck off instead
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    • Jean Baptiste Lamarck moment
      Milk_Gang 23 jun
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    • giraffes with short necks look like a pokemon
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    • The original is better. No face the tree just tells the giraffe to fuck off
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    • Actually, giraffes got long necks because it became a sexually attractive trait, like colorful bird feathers or big deer antlers, not in order to eat from tall trees
      danhavii 22 jun
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    • Imagine a short giraffe, that would be fricken awesome and adorable
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    • Actually giraffes don’t eat off of trees to much the eat off of bushes their necks evolved to be so long because they use their neck to fling their heads at each other or predators when fighting
      Robindg 22 jun
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    • That's not why giraffes have long necks, they evolved long necks so they could club their heads into each others spines
      scratman 22 jun
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    • To all people commenting "That's how it happens!", No it isn't. To all people commenting "No it isn't" under before mentioned people's comments, thank you. Keep spreading information and combating ignorance in this world, it will always be worth it
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    • Shit I thought those were porcupines
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    • Yooo not how that works at all bro
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    • Why is this lamarckist shit featured?
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    • I swear evolutionary biologists actually masturbate to giraffes
      BlameGame 22 jun
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    • Fun fact, there are several different species of giraffes, and they do not breed outside their own kind
      Shahax 22 jun
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    • I hating being early enough to see all the porn and feet but late enough not to get top comment
      EWphnu 22 jun
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      Bitttt 22 jun
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    • That‘s fucking Lamarck’s theory of Evolution right there
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    • Lamarckian evolution theory pretty much
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    • It's actually a mating characteristic tho 👀
      Glowing 22 jun
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    • I mean that’s basically how it happened
      treyrab25 22 jun
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    • It’s so weird to think that’s how it works
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    • Coevolution at its finest
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    • In conclusion
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    • Giraffes aren’t real
      brogana35 25 jun
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    • That’s actually how it happened tho
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    • Yes
      Mens 25 jun
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    • I mean a leopard moose camel is pretty cool find in general
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    • That bush is just too tempting.
      JimDude 25 jun
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    • I mean yeah
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    • "Dude, fuck off" meme 2.0. People don't forget.
      Shark_27R 25 jun
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    • Fake
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    • Can we all take a second to appreciate the short neck giraffe?
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    • What's more believable? A giraffe or a unicorn?
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    • I heard on a paleotology youtuber that this theory is flawed because giraffes tend to rather eat grasses and low lying shrubbery
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    • No..., giraffes are giraffes.
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    • All leaves/trees lives matter
      4withtheq 24 jun
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    • Giraffe is more like cow than horse
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    • But like, this is literally how this works
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    • the "dude fuck off" one is better
      loz_ano 24 jun
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    • This is know as the theory of need . Overtime giraffes had to evolve in order to feed properly. The organs that needed to evolve evolved.
      Toriola 24 jun
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    • Id rather giraffes be horse sized, how cool would it be to ride an alien horse
      Kiriyo 24 jun
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    • Alolan exeggutor
      poisonxo 24 jun
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    • Its funniest if you know about the theory of them growing longer necks and then how quickly his shit got shot down
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    • Zebras*
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    • Lamarck approves
      fckmidway 24 jun
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    • Dude fuck off
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    • So we'll ignore that the Bush was being selfish with its leaves
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    • This is not true, though. Lamarck’s theory that physical traits acquired during life are passed to offspring was disproven.
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    • Conclusion: trees are just stubborn bushes
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    • This is actually not why giraffes evolved long neck, surprisingly. Giraffes use there long necks to fight. So when it the time to mate rolled around males with longer necks would win and get to pass on their genetics
      Artemis_ 23 jun
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    • Tree: Dude, fuck off!!!
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    • Actually they are closer related to deer or more specifically antelope.... it's not actually antelope but I am lazy and forget the name of the African version of it but basically a horned creature that are total assholes in nature reserves
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    • Why he so thicc tho
      HeavyGurl 23 jun
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    • Give me that plant
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    • I like the short giraffe better than real giraffes
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    • That's not why giraffes have longer necks. Proof-females have shorter necks then males on average. This would limit the food they would get. Males use their necks to bash each other during mating season.the necks are for fighting--not foraging.
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    • I've seen the same comic from a different artist a looong time ago. Like 2016 and instead of being kawaii the tree told the giraffe to fuck off.
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    • What do you call a giraffe with magic? A Duocorn.
      XYZKINGI 23 jun
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    • It’s funny how there are certain animals that are just crazy fuckin weird but because they are in the public conscious so much we just don’t notice. Like fuckin leopard print horses with extendo necks. Or muscular hopping possums with built in snack packs. Or literal active camo lizards.
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    • Camel not horse
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    • Giraffes are taller than you think
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    • Giraffes are heartless creatures
      piema 23 jun
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    • Giraffes don’t have vocal chords
      atomicAce 23 jun
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    • Why are there people that believe the Bible more than evolution?
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    • Aren't they closer in relation to camels or something?
      HippieAbs 23 jun
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    • Horses are stubborn as it is
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    • And bushes are very determined trees
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    • Friendly reminder: Micro and macro evolution are two different things, and one does not prove the other! (:
      i_am_they 22 jun
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    • fuck it, elevator horse
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    • Spectate 22 jun
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    • That was sad, or a... deer
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    • And trees are just stubborn bushes...
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    • Fucker said *Stretch*
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    • This is.... only half correct
      AMTURN 22 jun
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    • Like that scene in Sharkboy and Lavagirl where Max and Minus sh0ot up above each other
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    • *in space* DUDE FUCK OFF
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    • Anyone remember the book where the giraffe couldn't reach the leaves so he tried stretching his neck until he could?
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    • Growth growth
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    • Lmao where’s that one where the tree keeps growing and so does the giraffe. And you can see them from space when the tree says “Dude. Fuck off.”
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    • Lol horses are very stubborn horses
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