Memphis Zoo already has a new resident: the Somali giraffe already lives here

 Memphis Zoo already has a new resident: the Somali giraffe already lives here

Lately, the zoo staff celebrated the birth of the baby Somali.

Now 3,500 animals and about 500 species live at the Memphis Zoo.

Recently, the birth of a Somali giraffe, the youngest princess, was celebrated there.

It happened in the early morning of June 7th when the staff were overjoyed to see their beloved giraffe Wandy gave birth to the most beautiful calf in the world.

Memphis Zoo warmly welcomed the newest member - princess Somali giraffe

The little girl was named Milele, which means “forever” because all the zoo staff had to wait forever for her to be born.

The calf, whose mother was examined after birth, had no health problems.

Memphis Zoo warmly welcomed the newest member - princess Somali giraffe

When Milele was ready to see her family, she met her father, sister and brother. She was absolutely happy to see other giraffes around.

With the help of breeding programs, experts help them restore their population so that they can later be returned to the wild.

Memphis Zoo warmly welcomed the newest member - princess Somali giraffe

These are wonderful living creatures with the most honest movements on the body and graceful patterns.