Giraffe calf born at Disney's Animal Kingdom ready to roam savannah

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True to his name, Jabari has quickly reached all his key developmental milestones, so on March 12, 2019, he was reintroduced to the savanna and his tower – otherwise known as a group of giraffe.  (David Roark, photographer)

A not-so-baby giraffe calf born at Disney's Animal Kingdom is now roaming the savannah and ready to meet park guests.

"Jabari" was born two months ago and was the first giraffe calf to be born on the savannah at Disney.

Jabari, which means "brave one" in Swahili, is 7 feet tall and has a heart-shaped spot on his neck. 

Disney says his name celebrates his bold, curious, and courageous spirit.

After spending two months bonding with his mom, Mara, in a different habitat, he was reintroduced to the savannah this week and the group of giraffe.

Guests can spot him from the sahari truck at "Kilimanjaro Safaris."