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Giraffe Gives Birth to Record 18th Calf

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September 10, 2013
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A giraffe has given birth to its 18th calf at a South Korean safari park, setting a new world record, the park says.


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AP (Sep. 10, 2013) — Officials at a safari park in South Korea announced that a giraffe there has given birth to its 18th calf, which the park says is a new world record. The mother giraffe, Jang-Soon, previously shared the record with a giraffe in Paris.
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AP (July 2, 2013) — The Brookfield Zoo welcomed its latest addition, a baby giraffe, on June 21. The 173-pound calf started walking soon after birth and made its public debut Tuesday.
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AP (May 21, 2013) — A zoo in Dubbo, Australia has showed off its latest addition - a male white rhino calf, weighing about 110 lbs. Officials say the calf is important to the area's breeding program, especially since poaching is on the rise in Africa.
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