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  2. Rothschild's giraffe - Wikipedia's_giraffe

    As of January 2011, more than 450 are kept in ISIS (international species information system) registered zoos (which does not include the Nairobi Giraffe Centre), making both it and the reticulated giraffe the most commonly kept phenotypes of Giraffa.

  3. Nairobi - Wikipedia

    A giraffe at Nairobi National Park, with Nairobi's skyline in background Nairobi has numerous recreational green areas. Nairobi National Park , located in the Southern side of the city, is an important attraction.

  4. Kenyan shilling - Wikipedia

    Giraffe; denomination in English and Swahili: 2018 5 shillings/shilingi: 19.5 mm: 3.75 grams: Bi-metallic coin (Brass-plated steel center plug with a Nickel-plated steel outer ring) Reeded: Coat of arms of Kenya; text "Republic of Kenya" in English and Swahili: Rhinoceros; denomination in English and Swahili: 2018 10 shillings/shilingi: 23 mm ...

  5. Calauit Safari Park - Wikipedia

    Reticulated giraffe (Giraffa reticulata) - also known as the Somali giraffe, is a subspecies of giraffe native to the Horn of Africa. It lives in Somalia, southern Ethiopia, and northern Kenya. 15 giraffes have been transported in a vessel named M/V Salvador in March 1977. The numbers of giraffes have flourished in the park due to the lack of ...

  6. San Diego Zoo Safari Park - Wikipedia

    Nairobi Village and Gorilla Forest. The park's Nairobi Village houses numerous exhibits for smaller animals. Among these are meerkats, an African aviary, ring-tailed lemurs, Chilean flamingos, pudú, dik-dik antelopes, Yellow-backed duikers, red river hogs, West African crowned cranes, coatis, and white-fronted bee-eaters.

  7. The Trimates - Wikipedia

    The Trimates, sometimes called Leakey's Angels, is a name given to three women — Jane Goodall, Dian Fossey, and Biruté Galdikas — chosen by anthropologist Louis Leakey to study hominids in their natural environments.

  8. African Wildlife Foundation - Wikipedia

    The African Wildlife Leadership Foundation (AWLF) was founded in 1961 by Russell E. Train, a wealthy judge and hunter, and member of the Washington Safari Club. Other founding members from the Safari Club were Nick Arundel, a former United States Marine Corps combat officer and journalist; Kermit Roosevelt Jr. of the CIA; James S. Bugg, a businessman; and Maurice Stans, later to become Richard ...

  9. Busch Gardens Tampa Bay - Wikipedia

    Nairobi used to have a safari truck ride called Rhino Rally, similar to Kilimanjaro Safaris at Walt Disney World. The attraction closed in 2015. Animal Care Center, a nearly 16,000-square-foot (1,500 m 2) attraction, allows visitors the chance to view the Busch Gardens' veterinarians at work in a new state-of-the-art veterinary hospital.