Giramels were discovered by Sir Isaac Newton as a natural result of the reproduction of a camel and a giraffee mating. The first Giramel named Afume was born from the passionate love of Sparky the Giraffe and Cornelius Vinchentzo the IV the Camel.
"With the help of Peter Pan and Harry Potter, little Kevin Brockett was able to fight off the infamous poacher Jamison the wicked and frolick in the fields with Greg the Giramel all day long."
by Lauren and Colleen January 26, 2005
Giramels were first discovered by Ronnie Stagg. Giramels are the natural result of the reproduction of a camel and a giraffee mating. They have the head of a giraffe and body of a camel, with the famous giraffe spots. What makes Giramels stand out is their long blonde hair and huge eyeashes. Giramels are also known to be covered in gems and sparkle all the time. They are not very strong.
by justcallmeronwould October 14, 2010