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Kenyan Giraffe Finds Comfort With Humans  

A giraffe, abandoned as a calf and rescued by wildlife officials four years ago, now lives with staff at Meru National Park, a protected wilderness of 87 thousand hectares in eastern Kenya. Duse sleeps next to staff quarters at night and spends her days roaming the nearby bush, often with her long-term partner. Although Duse is keen to make new friends with visitors, she is a loner among her fellow giraffes. Cathy Majtenyi visited Meru National Park and files this report for VOA.


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