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What's new in Zora's world?

Zora (HNBF088) is a desert-dwelling female giraffe that roams along the Hoanib River in northwest Namibia. Zora has a very distinct look – actually, it is more of an attitude. We mostly recognize her instantly by the way she is giving us ‘the look’ when she spots us in a distance. If that fails, she is easily identified by the prominent arrow-shaped spot on her right shoulder. Interestingly, she shares a very similar arrow-shaped spot in almost the exact same part of her body with her daughter Zorba.
All our giraffe adoptees live wild and free in the vast expanses of northwest Namibia.

Browse the sightings blog below, or choose a specific giraffe to follow from the list: