The Maryland Zoo in Baltimore has now lost two members of its giraffe herd this year, according to a dismal announcement.
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Feeling like a burrito or tacos for lunch today? The animals will thank you.
After a monthlong fight, staff at the Maryland Zoo in Baltimore bid goodbye to Julius this weekend.
Your worst zoo-related nightmare shouldn’t be an escaped jungle cat or poisonous snake sneaking up on you. It’s a rabid groundhog stalking you and others around the premises.
Month-old giraffe calf Julius is still in critical condition, but at least he’s eating again. That development was enough to convince zoo staff to put off a planned “major procedure” for the giraffe that was set to take place yesterday.
Things are looking up for the Maryland Zoo’s 10-day-old giraffe calf, and not just because he now has his own moniker.
It’s been a busy start to the summer for Druid Hill Park’s zoo, particularly for staff in the so-called African Journey exhibits.