|The Giraffe and the Oxpecker|
1995 – 1997
A bushfire sweeps through the savanna, and the children of the oxpeckers are trapped in its path. Unable to move their nest of children, the oxpeckers cry out to the fleeing animals for help, but none stop to help the panicked birds.
Finally, a giraffe stops and wonders how she would feel if her own child were in danger. Understanding the oxpeckers' distress, she lifts their nest out of the tree and carries it to safety. Once out of the way of the fire, the oxpeckers thank her profusely and ask what they can do to repay the debt. Giraffe admits that she is constantly bothered by ticks, and the oxpeckers agree to help her with her problem. To this day, oxpeckers help giraffes with their ticks.