These giraffes are very cheeky by sneaking into the hotel’s window for breakfast.
As Alex Timothy walks down to breakfast at the Giraffe Manor in Nairobi, Kenya, he spots two of the meter-high giraffes poking their heads through windows.
Making its way into the dining room, the giraffe pair turn their heads from side to side as they search for food. Alex’s seven-year-old daughter looks on in admiration.
Sat at her table, Amelia even holds some pellets above her head, so the giraffe can snack before other guests give the long-tongued gannet some grub.
Alex, from Moscow, Russia, said: “It was Amelia’s dream to visit Giraffe Manor and enjoy communication and petting a giraffe.
“She was happy when she was there.
She really liked nature, and it was a great experience for her.
I think we’ll definitely have to revisit them.”
Giraffe Manor is set in a 12-acre green space in the Langata suburb of Nairobi, Kenya.