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A baby PLG.

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Somebody plays curling with a PLG.

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A senior citizen of Azuria holding a PLG and a cat. Cats percieve a PLG as a friend at all times.

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Great Grandpa Billy Mays with his PLG, Spaghetti.

Petite Lap Giraffes (Giraffa microphysis) are very funny animals that require special care. They need lots of love, otherwise they'll get sad and cry. They were invented by Billy Mays, but somehow existed before that.

If you have children, petite lap giraffes are no problem. If that child is loud, the giraffe might get shy, but they'll be ok. PLGs are very clean, neither shedding nor tracking dirt in. They can be trained to use a litter-box like cats. Best of all, they're hypoallergenic.

Size

Adults typically reach 76 centimeters, but some over 1.5 meters are not unknown. Babies are 15 centimeters tall. Weight is 4.5 kg and females weigh 5.44 kg.

Diet

Lap giraffes are sensitive to dissolved solids in water, so distilled water is required. They eat bonsai tree leaves, but will settle for grass. Clovers are their favorite, and if they eat a multi-leaf clover, they will gain the effect of the clover and translate it onto their caretaker and their close relatives.

Gestation

Typically, lap giraffes will gestate for roughly 18 days, though of course this varies.

Conditions

PLG’s love being indoors in filtered air conditioning. If they can listen to music of Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov, it is a dream.

Grooming

A bubble bath once a week with purified water is all they need.

It all started when Great Grandfather Billy Mays escaped a circus with his best friend Spaghetti. The rest they say is history.
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An adolescent.

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