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Melman is a half-anthropomorphic, Jewish giraffe (the half part is he's not walking on 2's like the rest who have paws, or little hippo toe nails), who appears as one of the three deuteragonists of Madagascar and one of the supporting characters in it's sequels.
He is somewhat of a hypochondriac, having doses of medicine for meals and doctor's appointments frequently.
Melman would undergo MRIs, CAT scans, injections, flu shots, and be put into braces and crutches for no particular purpose at all.
In the Central Park Zoo, Melman received treatment and was so used to his cushy life taking pills and undergoing treatments.
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