It marks the first time in the history of the Melbourne zoo that two giraffes were born in the same month.
The Masai female calf came into the world Tuesday after spending about 15 months inside the womb of her mother, Milenna.
Zoo spokeswoman Shelley Szafraniec, who announced the birth Saturday, said the baby and her mother are bonding well.
For nearly a year, she will rely on her mother's milk until the calf can digest vegetation.
Milenna and her baby will join female Johari and her male calf born Feb. 6 in a special enclosure until all four are ready to join the herd.
The two newborns join 92 other Masai giraffes born in zoos around the world.
The species was targeted by conservationists for reproduction as the giraffe population declined by a third in the last decade.
Masai giraffes have distinctive jagged spots and males can reach a height of 19 feet. In captivity, they can live about 25 years.
The Brevard Zoo currently has eight Masai giraffes and two other giraffes that are a cross between the Reticulated and Rothschild giraffe species, Szafraniec said.
The pair of giraffes calves join a jaguar cub as the zoo's newest additions.
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