FORT WORTH (CBSDFW.COM) – It’s a boy this time! For the second time this summer, the Fort Worth Zoo is celebrating the birth of a baby elephant.

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Bowie the elephant was born August 5 at the Fort Worth Zoo. (credit: Fort Worth Zoo)

Bowie the elephant was born August 5 at the Fort Worth Zoo. (credit: Fort Worth Zoo)

The zoo made the announcement Thursday morning. Bowie (pronounced boo-ee) was born on August 5 to first-time mom Bluebonnet. Bowie is only the third elephant to be born at the Fort Worth Zoo in its more than 100-year history.

Bowie weighed in at 228 pounds at birth was 39 inches long and 37.5 inches tall. His trunk is 12.6 inches long.

Baby Bowie at the Fort Worth Zoo (credit: KRLD/Chuck Schechner)

Fort Worth Zoo baby elephants (credit: KRLD/Chuck Schechner)

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It was just a little more than a month ago on July 7, that the zoo welcomed the second elephant born there – another Asian elephant – who was eventually named Belle. Belle is Bowie’s aunt.

The zoo says all of its elephants – Rasha, Belle, Bluebonnet and Bowie – will be on exhibit daily from 10:15 a.m. to noon, and briefly at 1:30, 2:30 and 3:30 p.m.

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