WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. - Lion Country Safari welcomed two new giraffe calves last week.
According to Lion Country Safari, a third-time mother delivered Rafiki, a 6 foot 5 inch male calf, and Lilly, a first-time mother, delivered Mosi, a 6 foot 1 inch male. Both babies are with their moms, but will be segregated from the herd in the maternity pen to allow bonding time. In nearly three months, they will join the remainder of the giraffe herd at Lion Country Safari.
The baby giraffes are visible in the drive-through preserve (section 7, Hwange National Park) or from the giraffe feeding exhibit at Lion Country Safari.
Fifty eight giraffes are now reported to have been born at Lion County Safari.
For more information, visit the Lion Country Safari website .
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