When it comes to ‘dancing’, these giraffes are definitely head and shoulders higher than the rest.
The beautiful creatures appear to be performing an elegant routine as they cross their necks and ‘swayed’ to the music in a series of synchronized movements.
Despite their size, the giraffes seem to create perfect symmetry that looks like a graceful dance number.
But while the gentle giants appear calm and graceful, the pair were in fact fi.gh.ting for dominance.
Known as ‘n.e.c.k.i.n.g’, the two males are seen swinging their giant necks in an attempt to take out their opponents.
But amazingly, despite the duo’s aggressive behaviour, the giraffe’s movements are still easy to see.
Taken by 42-year-old wildlife photographer Andrey Gudkov, on the plains of Masai Mara, Kenya, the Russian managed to grab the giraffes from safety in his safari jeep.
Andrey said: ‘Sometimes this behaviour is called dancing, but in reality, the two males were f.ig.h.ting to see who is the strongest in the group.
“These f.ig.hts can be very bru.ta.l and can last from a few minutes to an hour.
‘It is fascinating to watch and even though they are in ba.ttle they are still incredibly graceful in their movements.
‘In general, these kinds of moments are very exciting and it is quite unusual to see for yourself in the wild.
‘Looking back at the giraffes seem to move in unison, making for some very nice shots.
“I believe it’s the photographer’s duty to show the rest of the world these amazing moments.”