New giraffe digs at Toronto Zoo
Zookeepers unveil a new indoor habitat for the zoo's giraffes
The Toronto Zoo's giraffes have a new hangout for the winter, the Indoor Giraffe House.
The just-opened habitat is a 173-square-metre space that obviously accommodates the giraffes' famously long necks. The giraffes can be viewed inside where visitors will get a closer look at the species than ever before.
The new giraffe house is currently home to the zoo's 24-year-old Masai giraffe, named Twiga, and her one-year-old female calf Mstari.
The Indoor Giraffe House will be open year round.