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Indiana Zoo needs your help naming its new baby giraffe

The Indianapolis Zoo recently welcomed a new baby giraffe, and now they’re asking for help naming him.The zoo posted a poll on Facebook for people to vote on one of three names, Tumaini, which means hope, Zane, which means noble or Kendi, which means loved one.AdvertisementThe giraffe calf was born earlier this month to first-time mother, Kita.Zoo officials said both mom and baby are “doing great” and will remain indoors with the rest of the herd this winter.The calf is 6 feet tall, is nursing well and is “full of curiosity,” the zoo said.Giraffe fun fact: Mother’s give birth standing up!The Indianapolis Zoo is open daily 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. The Christmas at the Zoo event begins Nov. 21.Click here to vote on a name for the calf

The Indianapolis Zoo recently welcomed a new baby giraffe, and now they’re asking for help naming him.

The zoo posted a poll on Facebook for people to vote on one of three names, Tumaini, which means hope, Zane, which means noble or Kendi, which means loved one.

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The giraffe calf was born earlier this month to first-time mother, Kita.

Zoo officials said both mom and baby are “doing great” and will remain indoors with the rest of the herd this winter.

The calf is 6 feet tall, is nursing well and is “full of curiosity,” the zoo said.

Giraffe fun fact: Mother’s give birth standing up!

The Indianapolis Zoo is open daily 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. The Christmas at the Zoo event begins Nov. 21.

Click here to vote on a name for the calf

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