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Large Herd Of 30 Giraffes Stroll Across The Road, Leaving Tourists Stunned

Move over zebra crossing, this is a giraffe crossing!

The giraffes were spotted emerging from the brush in Kenya as awed tourists watched from their vehicles while the herd cross over the road

This is the moment a group of tourists was left stunned after their safari tour was held up by a herd of 30 giraffes crossing the road.

The group was traveling to the Maasai Mara in Kenya when they spotted the group grazing up ahead.

Thirty of the animals casually strolled across the road in Africa after they were seen grazing in the brush in the distance by the tourists 

Among the group was Sonali Dudhane, who also got down from the safari vehicle to snap shots of the giraffes.

Sonali, who is from Lucknow in India said the car she was in stopped as soon as the giraffes were spotted.

Wildlife enthusiasts in Africa captured the moment the giant animals emerged to walk by the tour cars after grazing in the brush

The herd then emerged from the brush and strolled across the road while everyone watched in awe.

“We watched the Giraffes in the bushes for almost 20 minutes,” said Sonali.

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A herd of 30 giraffes made their way across the road, blocking the path of tour cars taking wildlife enthusiasts on safari 

“After that, our driver told us to get into the vehicle and he predicted that herd would cross the road.”

“We got to witness this great moment and were able to capture the moment on camera.”

“I had never seen this big herd before, I was trying to count the number through my viewfinder.”

The last of the giraffes emerge from the brush to walk across the road as stunned tourists on safari in Kenya watch in awe

Despite the slow pace at which these giraffes crossed the road, they are actually pretty fast and can reach speeds of up to 37mph.

Giraffes’ spots are like our fingerprints, each is unique and no two giraffes have the exact same pattern.

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Written by Joe Kahlo