A surprising case has come out of Australia Zoo. A giraffe living in a zoo here has made a record in the Guinness World Records. The name of this giraffe is Forest and it is 12 years old. According to Guinness World Records, Forest has been declared the world's tallest living giraffe. Measuring the length of this giraffe has been extremely difficult. Guinness World Records members have to make a special measuring pole to measure the length of forest. The length of this giraffe is 18 feet 8 inches.
There is a giraffe named Forrest in Queensland Zoo, Australia. The zoo is operated by the family of the late Australian conservationist Steve Irwin. Forest has created a Guinness record due to his height, and this has been announced by Bindi Irwin, the daughter of Steve Irwin. Every year around seven lakh people visit this zoo.
According to Bindi Irwin, Forest was born in 2007 in Auckland, New Zealand. After about 2 years, this giraffe was shifted to a new residence. Bindi said that forest is the only male giraffe in our zoo. According to the Guinness World Record, forest is the world's tallest living giraffe. However, the process of measuring it was extremely challenging. To measure forest, a special pole had to be prepared, which took a lot of time. Then after that, it took several months to capture the video.
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