- Owners Wild-Life Tours Steven Mecinski and Britt van Meegen filmed fight
- Two giraffes squared up to each other and started to bang their necks together
- Male giraffes use necks as a weapon in dominance battles to win over females
- Giraffes can weigh up to 3000 lbs and their necks alone can top 500 lbs
Steven Mecinski and Britt van Meegen, owners of Wild-Life Tours, were hosting a safari in Hluhluwe Imfolozi Park, South Africa, when they spotted the males squaring up to each other.
Male giraffes use their necks as a weapon in dominance battles to win the right to mate with females and it is extremely rare to spot them fighting in the wild.