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In Pictures: Toronto Zoo welcomes adorable baby giraffe

Mstari, which means 'stripes' in Swahili, is introduced to media

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Three-week-old masai giraffe "Mstari", which means "stripes" in Swahili, leaves the giraffe barn under the watchful eye of her mother Twiga as she is introduced to the media at the Toronto Zoo Nov. 8, 2013.

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Twiga, mother of newborn giraffe Mstari, eats a snack at the Toronto Zoo. The 23 year-old mother gave birth to the six-foot tall calf on Oct. 17.

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Mstari watches as her mother and aunt eat while being introduced to the media at the Toronto Zoo.

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Mstari stays close to her mother Twiga as she is introduced to the media.

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Mstari poses for the press.

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Mstari helpfully looks into the camera.

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Mstari holds still for her closeup.

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