New arrivals could be a pain in the neck
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Giraffe arrivals are already taller than their keepers

Two new arrivals could be a pain in the neck for their keepers.

New mums Bwindi and Akacia, both Rothschild's giraffes, gave birth within days of each other at West Midlands Safari Park.

Their newborns are already 6ft and taller than their keepers.

Rothschild's giraffes are rare, with fewer than 2,500 thought to be left in the wild.