The tallest land animal today is the remarkable giraffe. With its tall neck, thin legs, and long tongue, this wonder of creation shows some amazing designs. How does the giraffes circulatory system account for its head being 8 feet above its heart when standing, but then several feet below its heart while taking a drink? While evolution must rely on random mutations and chance processes, the finely-tuned anatomy of the giraffe provides evidence of intelligence–demanding a designer. Join Eric Lyons as he describes the fascinating and remarkable giraffe.