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Distribution of the subspecies of Giraffa camelopardalis

Made by User: Altaileopard with a Wikipedia-World map on 30. July 2006;


  • Ronald M. Nowak: Walker's Mammals of the World. Johns Hopkins University Press, 1999 ISBN 0801857899
  • Chris & Tilde Stuart: Field Guide to the Larger Mammals of Afrika. Struik, 2000, ISBN 1868725340
  • Jean Dorst und Pierre Dandelot: Säugetiere Afrikas, Paul Parey Verlag, 1970. ISBN 3-490-01018-3
  • Gus Mills & Lex Hes: Säugetierte des südlichen Afrikas, Könemann Verlag, 1999 ISBN3-8290-3610-8


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