Cleveland Metroparks Zoo Offers First Look At New Baby Giraffe

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Cleveland Metroparks Zoo recently welcomed a new baby giraffe, who was hidden from public display to allow bonding time with his mother.

Today, the zoo released an adorable video of the handsome, 6-foot tall baby exploring his new home: 

Zoo officials have not released any new information regarding the naming process, but rest assured the public will soon have a say in the decision.



In the meantime, if you want to spend some quality time with giraffes but aren't sure where to go, consider Giraffe Manor as an end-of-summer vacation spot:




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