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RAW VIDEO: Giraffe Gives Birth to 18th Calf

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September 10, 2013
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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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RAW VIDEO: Baby Giraffe Takes First Steps

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