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US News It's very important that you see just how cute this baby giraffe is

08:55  01 august  2016
08:55  01 august  2016 Source:   pressassociation.com

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A critically endangered female giraffe has been born at an animal park in Kent.

The Rothschild’s calf, who arrived on Tuesday to first time parents Valentino and Lunar, was the first to be born at Port Lympne Reserve for eight years.

Despite being less than a week old, the calf is already five feet tall and has been exploring her enclosure at the reserve near Ashford.

The animal park is part of a European breeding project designed to save the Rothchild’s breed. Only around 750 Rothschild’s giraffes are thought to remain in the wild.

Victoria Snook, African experience keeper, said: “This is Lunar’s first calf and stands at a leggy five feet fall. Although it’s early days, she is suckling well and already starting to explore, under the watchful eyes of her mum Lunar and auntie, Lehana.”

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The giraffe ( Giraffa ) is an African even-toed ungulate mammal, the tallest living terrestrial animal and the largest ruminant. It is traditionally considered to be one species, Giraffa camelopardalis

Baby giraffes never go to school. But they learn a very important lesson rather early in life. Mama Giraffe is delighted. She knows that her baby has learnt an important lesson: Never mind how It doesn’t matter how many times you fall. What matters is your ability to pick yourself up and stand on

Just look at Mum and baby together…

mum and baby giraffe © (Gareth Fuller/PA) mum and baby giraffe

In this one you can even see Mum’s tongue peeking out and surely you can’t deal with how cute that is…

two day old female Rothschild Giraffe calf stands next to her mother Lunar: Two-day old female Rothschild Giraffe calf stands next to her mother Lunar © (Gareth Fuller/PA) Two-day old female Rothschild Giraffe calf stands next to her mother Lunar

Adrian Harland, animal director at the reserve, said the new calf would play an important role in future conservation.

“We are privileged to be part of such an important breeding programme. Conservation of endangered species is at the core of what we do and this fabulous little female will have a vital role to play in the future.”

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