For the second time this month, a zoo in
In the first instance, an 18-month-old giraffe at the
Coincidentally, both giraffes went by the name Marius, the British newspaper said.
"If we are told we have to euthanize [Marius] we would of course do that," Poulsen said, adding the zoo would not be swayed by protests and death threats such as those that occurred with the killing of the young giraffe at the
"It doesn't affect us in any way. We are completely behind
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