A new Masai giraffe calf has arrived on the savanna and can be seen by guests riding aboard the Kilimanjaro Safari at Disney’s Animal Kingdom. The calf, named Humphrey, made his first appearance in front of guests on July 29, 2021.
Before appearing on the savanna, Humphrey had stayed backstage with his mother Lily. He was born in June. Now he can be seen with his troop when guests visit Disney’s Animal Kingdom. He can be spotted by his unique butterfly marking over his right shoulder and the heart-shaped markings dotting his coat.
Humphrey is just one of many animals that can be seen when experiencing the Kilimanjaro Safari. The Harambe Wildlife Reserve is home to 34 species and spans 110 acres. The attraction generally takes guests on an 18-minute expedition.
What do you think of Humphrey? Have you seen a giraffe calf at the Kilimanjaro Safaris before? Share your thoughts and opinions in the comments below!