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Moving home can be a real pain in the neck, especially if you're a giraffe (with signs and low bridges to deal with)


Evasive action: Mengmeng the giraffe ducks to avoid a low bridge on her journey to a new home in Linyi, Shandong province, eastern China

On China's busy roads, getting from A to B can be a tall order at the best of times.
So spare a thought for Mengmeng the giraffe, whose move to a new home took her on a route with obstacles including electricity pylons, motorway signs and more than 20 low bridges.
It took zoo keepers in Linyi, Shandong province, eastern China, seven hours to transport the animal a few miles to the wildlife park's new grounds.
Trainers spent months beforehand teaching the 15-year-old animal to duck when she saw low obstacles in a specially built pen at her old zoo.

Watch out! Peeking from the top of her trailer, Mengmeng narrowly avoids a motorway sign on the way to her new home

Startled drivers on the route could see Mengmeng peeking out over the top of her trailer and dipping down every time a bridge or a pylon came up.
'There was no way to get to the new zoo without getting under low slung obstacles so we taught Mengmeng how to duck,' keeper Shing Mu said.

Planning: Trainers spent months teaching Mengmeng to duck out of the way of low obstacles in preparation for her journey across town

Change of scenery: Mengmeng was carried to her new surroundings in a trailer. The journey was only a few miles, but it took seven hours to complete

source: dailymail