She’s the newest edition to the Dallas Zoo that captured the heart of the internet.
As the world watched, Katie, the giraffe, gave birth shortly after 6 pm to her second calf at the Dallas Zoo.
The Dallas Zoo is getting attention from around the world for something that hasn’t even happened yet.
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While the cold, rainy weather caused a dip in attendance at many outdoor attractions in Dallas, there is a bright side.
Beautiful weather brought huge crowds out to the Dallas Zoo on Monday.
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After a fundraiser auction and online poll, the Dallas Zoo’s newest giraffe finally has a name.
The Dallas Zoo had announced that a generous bidder paid $50,000 for the right to name the zoo’s new baby giraffe. Now, the name is being put up to a public vote.
The newest giraffe at the Dallas Zoo will be named by an unidentified person who paid $50,000 to choose the moniker. The male giraffe calf was born on October 26.