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When workers at the Tulsa Zoo got the first glimpse of their newest resident, a giraffe named Amali, they immediately knew something was wrong. (Nov. 25)
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Barbara the giraffe has been released into a wild heard of giraffes. She had to be moved away from her father once old enough for him to want to mate with her.
This family in South Africa have given their home over to a rare species of giraffe and share their breakfast table with a particularly friendly one.
Giraffes are difficult to move as they shouldn't really be drugged. Their heads must be above their stomach and they must not be allowed to get too stressed.
These giraffes must be moved now that they are full grown to prevent their father from mating with them. The keepers try to lure them into a cage to get her used to the space. Catching the giraffes without drugs is very hard.
Keepers try to lure giraffe Barbara into an enclosure so that she can be transported to a new home. But Barbara has other ideas.
Jock the giraffe lives at giraffe manner with seven other giraffe. Their keeper explains the difference between the sub species Rothschild five horned giraffes to other sub species.
Giraffes exist on a different scale to other animals. They hold the title of the tallest animal on earth.
Keepers manage to get Barbara the giraffe back into the enclosure and this time keep her in. Barbara must be transported to a new home. They need to keep away from her powerful legs.
Barbara the giraffe must be tempted into her specially designed travel so that she can be re-homed. The keepers must be careful that she doesn't hurt herself.
Barbara the giraffe is being re-homed but must be kept upright for transportation. Not easy when you're that tall! She's in a specially designed travel crate and travels 80 miles to her new home.
Barbara the giraffe is being released after a stressful journey to a new site. The keepers must keep out of the way of her powerful legs to avoid being kicked.