Dallas Zoo welcomes giraffe calf

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DALLAS - There is a new baby boy at the Dallas Zoo!

Nine-year-old Katie the giraffe welcomed her newborn to the herd.

Dallas Zoo officials say Katie gave birth to a healthy boy weighing in at about 150 pounds and standing nearly 6 feet tall.

This is Katie's third calf and her first boy.

Zookeepers say the two will be bonding away from the exhibit for a few weeks before the calf makes his public debut.

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