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Nubian Giraffe

The Nubian giraffeG. c. camelopardalis,[15] the nominate subspecies, is found in eastern South Sudan and south-western Ethiopia. Fewer than 250 are thought to remain in the wild, although this number is uncertain.[16] It is rare in captivity, although a group is kept at Al Ain Zoo in the United Arab Emirates.[17] In 2003, this group numbered 14.[18]


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