Giraffe Tire Cover
$66.00 – $106.00
Multi-Function- Effectively Protect Your Spare Tire In Rain, Snow, Wind, Dust, Sun, And Any Bad Weather When Your Vehicles In the Garage Or Outside.
Easy Installation- Our Spare Tire Cover Is Easy To Install And Remove, And No Tools are Required.
Wide Application – Tire Sizes Are Listed On Below Description. Especially Fit for Trailer, Van, and Trucks.
High-Quality Material – This Cover Is Made From High-Quality, Durable Vinyl.
Giraffe Tire Cover
This Giraffe Tire Cover shows a Giraffe picking out on the edge of a black tire cover.
Our Spare Tire Cover is printed on a heavy-weight Automotive, Marine 32-ounce expandable vinyl. The tire cover is held on by a strong shock cord sewn into the back edge.
Popular with all Jeep, 4 x 4, RV, Camper, Motor Home, and Trailer Owners.
Recommended by Automotive Dealerships Worldwide.
The average Life Cycle of our Tire Cover is 3 to 5 years.
Anti-Theft Grommets, Security Cable & Lock, are Available.
About the Giraffe?
Giraffes (genus Giraffe) are African artiodactyl mammals, the tallest living terrestrial animals, and the largest ruminants. Traditionally they are thought to comprise one species, Giraffe Camelopardalis, with nine subspecies. However, up to nine extant giraffe species have been described based on research into the mitochondrial and nuclear DNA and morphological measurements of the Giraffe. Seven other prehistoric species, known from fossils, are extinct.
Giraffes’ chief distinguishing characteristics are their long neck and legs, horn-like ossicones, and distinctive coat patterns. They are classified under Giraffidae, along with their closest extant relative, the okapi. Their scattered range extends from Chad in the north to South Africa in the south and Niger to Somalia in the east. Giraffes usually inhabit savannahs and woodlands. Their food source is leaves, fruits, and flowers of woody plants, primarily acacia species, which they browse at heights most other herbivores cannot reach.
Lions, leopards, spotted hyenas, and African wild dogs may prey upon giraffes. Giraffes live in herds of related females, and their offspring, or bachelor herds of unrelated adult males, are gregarious and may gather in large aggregations. Males establish social hierarchies through “necking,” combat bouts using the neck as a weapon. Dominant males gain mating access to females, which bear the sole responsibility for raising the young.
Giraffes have intrigued various ancient and modern cultures for their peculiar appearance and have often been featured in paintings, books, and cartoons. They are classified by the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) as vulnerable to extinction and have been extirpated from many parts of their former range. Giraffes are still found in numerous national parks and game reserves, but estimates as of 2016 indicate there are approximately 97,500 members of Giraffe in the wild. More than 1,600 were kept in zoos in 2010.
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