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Breeding of the endangered Rothschild Giraffe is one of our main programs.
The calves are then released into the wild at two to three-years-old when they are independent enough to survive. So far, 40 giraffes have released into safe game parks and conservancies across the country. We work with Kenya Wildlife Service’s (KWS) veterinary doctors to keep the tower (a group of giraffes) in good health.
Visitors are given food pellets made of corn, wheat, grass and molasses feed the gentle giants. To get even closer, visitors may go up to the Feeding Platform. Don’t leave without getting a kiss!
Kalama Photo gallery
Amazing photos taken by David Kalama
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