A Rare Spotless Giraffe was Born at a Zoo in Tennessee

This is believed to be the only patternless reticulated giraffe in the world right now, according to Brights Zoo in Tennesse.

Reticulated giraffes are a species of giraffes with brown and orange spots that are endangered in the wild.

At less than a month old, the giraffe stads at six feet tall and is thriving under the care of its mother, say zoo officials.

This is first know case in over 50 years at Tennessee Zoo.

But the keeper says that this is the fourth known case of a brown spotless giraffe.

It is assumed to be the only living giraffe without any spots.

According to Researchers, its extremely rare case and happened because of mutation.

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