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Temporal range: Late Miocene Tortonian to Messinian, 9.7–8.7 Ma
Palaeogiraffa is an extinct genus of giraffidae. It was first named by Bonis and Bouvrain in 2003, and contains one species, P. major. It has only been found at a fossil site in Yulafli, in Turkey.
- "Fossilworks: Palaeogiraffa". fossilworks.org. Retrieved 2016-04-24.
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