A new resident of the Fort Worth Zoo has a big heart and it’s on her neck. The giraffe, born January 11, has drawn attention for the marking with Saturday being Valentine’s Day.
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.
The Dallas Zoo is welcoming its newest member. A baby giraffe was born there this week.
The Fort Worth Zoo has all kinds of cool animals, and zookeepers who can help you learn about them! CBS 11 News goes up close with the giraffes.
The Dallas Zoo is celebrating a major milestone, and offering admission for only $5 this weekend.
The Dallas Zoo’s baby giraffe officially has a name. She was named Jamie, after James Camden Sikes, who died of brain cancer.
Doctors discovered a brain tumor in Kara and Matthew Sikes’ only child. The cancer spread throughout the baby’s brain, so his parents took him back to their East Dallas home for his final days.