The giraffes began to jump and circle around their platform during the rain.
The Reid Park Zoo has been operating in Tucson.
There are no polar animals here. The giraffes on display at the zoo are presented in the Kenyan version of the reticulated giraffe.
There are no more than 9,000 individuals left in the wild.
Compared to other giraffe species, the web pattern is the most geometric.
It was raining recently after hot days in Tucson. Representatives of the park explain that during a thunderstorm, giraffes are sent to a closed poultry house for safety, but in this case the weather was fine with a fine summer rain.
They expressed their joy by dancing.
The footage went viral. How funny these giraffes are!