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www.giraffeworlds.com/giraffes-in-captivity

Some zoos keep giraffes in tiny spaces, which draws the attention of conservation groups that consider this an abuse and ask for their release. Sometimes this is challenging because some of them were born in captivity and the zoo is the only place they know, so releasing them would be unlikely.

www.zooborns.com/zooborns/giraffe

A Reticulated Giraffe was born to first time mum, Luna, and dad, Bashu, on April 26. The new male calf has been named Khari, which means ‘King-like’ in Swahili, because of his regal-looking ossicones - the tiny crown-like horns on a Giraffe’s head.

phys.org/news/2013-12-reticulated-giraffe-calf-born-captivity.html

The reticulated giraffe, a baby girl, was born to proud parents, Savannah and Uno, at 8.30am on 13 November.Thrilled zookeepers arrived just in time to see the calf take her first wobbly steps an ...

animals.sandiegozoo.org/animals/giraffe

When a giraffe baby, called a calf, is born, it comes into the world front feet first, followed by the head, neck, and shoulders.Its entry is like a slow-motion swan dive! Because the umbilical cord is only about 3 feet (1 meter) long, it breaks midway through the birth, allowing the newborn to drop to the ground.

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Giraffes

With the addition of Rothschild's giraffe to the Nubian subspecies, the Nubian giraffe is very common in captivity, although the original phenotype is rare- a group is kept at Al Ain Zoo in the United Arab Emirates. In 2003, this group numbered 14. ... after which a single calf is normally born, although twins occur on rare occasions.

news.nationalgeographic.com/2017/04/april-the-giraffe-facts-endangered...

April the Giraffe Gives Birth–6 Facts You May Not Know About Giraffes See pictures of baby giraffes, and learn more about the world's tallest mammals–which may be in danger of extinction 3 ...

www.giraffeworlds.com/giraffe-reproduction

In captivity, giraffes can live a little longer than in the wild, as some individuals have reached the age of 40 years.Females live 25% more than males. Odd behaviors. A giraffe mother is very concerned and devoted to its offspring, but in the wild, some have left their calves in the vegetation at the expense of the predators; This is a strange and uncommon behavior not regular of the species.

animalcorner.co.uk/animals/giraffe

The Giraffe breeding season can occur at any time during the year. However, births in the wild usually happen during the dry season and births in captivity can happen all year round. Giraffes reach sexual maturity in captivity at around 3 – 4 years old, however, in the wild, males do not usually breed until they are 6 – 7 years old.

www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2562256/Rare-baby-giraffe-one-just-handful...

Rare baby giraffe - one of just a handful in captivity - is born in British zoo. The calf was born at South Lakes Wild Animal Park in Cumbria earlier today

zoomoments.com/.../history/33-an-overview-of-the-history-of-captive-giraffes

An Overview of the History of Captive Giraffes Overview of giraffe subspecies in the wild. ... Overview of the history of giraffes in captivity. An ancient drawing proves that the first giraffes to be held captive were probably in Deir el-Bahari in Thebes, Egypt, in the 15th century BC. It was a garden of the temple dedicated to Amon and ...