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Giraffe painting by wildlife artist Naomi Jenkin.

"Neck and Neck"

Giraffes - Original pastel painting

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“Neck and Neck” - Original pastel painting of two giraffes.

Size: 20 x 16 inches.

Hand drawn using chalk pastels on Pastelmat paper.

Delivered unmounted and unframed as standard.

Framing is available at an extra cost. If you’d like your art framed, please select this option from the drop-down box. Note: Framing is ONLY available to clients able to collect in person from my studio in Liskeard, Cornwall, UK. If you’ve chosen framing, please contact me after purchase to arrange collection and discuss your framing preferences. 

Thanks to Stephen Bullock and Lee Hudson at Wildlife Reference Photos for use of their photographic references.

For more information about your purchase, please read my full terms and conditions.

A few interesting nuggets about giraffes…

Giraffes have three hearts.

They are the worlds tallest mammals, yet only have 7 vertebrae.

They sleep for less than 30 minutes a day!

The females in the herd operate a creche to look after the baby giraffes (calves).

A giraffe’s neck is too short to reach the ground!

Sadly, giraffe numbers are rapidly in decline, having fallen by 30% in the past three decades. They are currently listed as vulnerable with less than 100, 000 still in the wild. This is due to a variety of factors, including poaching and habitat loss. Many people don’t realise that giraffe populations are in trouble. They rarely get much media attention despite being such a loved an iconic species.

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