Giraffe born at Leo Zoological Conservation Center in Greenwich still nameless

The baby giraffe born last Friday morning at the Leo Zoological Conservation Center is still without a name. A contest to name her is currently

The giraffe was born Friday at the Leo Zoological Conservation Center.

The giraffe was born Friday at the Leo Zoological Conservation Center. (3/27/13)

GREENWICH - The baby giraffe born last Friday morning at the Leo Zoological Conservation Center is still without a name.

She is the first giraffe ever born in Connecticut, and is expected to grow from her current 6 feet to a whopping 18 feet tall.

A contest to name her is currently under way, and ends on Friday, March 29.

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