字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント giraffes used to be a common sight in the Loy Sabah Wildlife Conservation Park in Kenya, but in recent years their numbers have dwindled. Some communities, like the Sambu, have leaved alongside the animals for generations and used to haunt them for food. People there say a giraffe could feed a village for mother in a week. They usedto cook them. They banned them and a DEA, Yeah, without cause some day, this clover on the skin, then these used the best medicine sometimes what he used to kill them before. But conservationists say the major threats to giraffes are poaching and habitat destruction. The number of giraffes in Africa fell by 40% between 1985 and 2015 according to one conservation group, and one species in northern Kenya is even rarer. The same group says their population declined by more than 60% in 20 years. Researchers say they're disappointed less attention is being paid to giraffes than any other species is very little known, a mother giraffe. There's very little research done on the draft pregnant. The decrease in their population has pushed six African countries to propose a regulation on international trade in giraffes, and officials hope it will be addressed during the U. N Convention on trade in endangered species, taking police this month. Critics say any protection scheme isn't likely so have much of an effect, but activists argue that measures need to be taken before it's too late.