COMM: Caught on camera by park ranger and wildlife filmmaker Rob Vamplew, this footage
shows the extraordinary power that these usually docile creatures are capable of. COMM: Giraffes can weigh up to 3000lbs and their necks alone can weigh 500lbs. COMM: The fight is a dominance battle between two males that have most likely picked up
on the scent of a female in heat. COMM: They use their heads to strike at each other’s necks, bodies and legs. COMM: And the stakes are high as only the winner of such a battle would usually go on
to have a chance of mating. COMM: However, Rob didn’t notice a female close by, but it’s not uncommon for other
males to sneak in to mate with the female, while the other two are fighting elsewhere. COMM: Unusually, this fight ends without a clear winner. Perhaps they were tired and
continued the argument later, or maybe the object of their affections had moved on. COMM: When Rob returned to the spot later that day, there was no sign of either of them.