Montgomery Zoo showed off its latest addition to the giraffe exhibit.
A new baby boy was born there on July 30 and Thursday he made his first public appearance.
Sister Ashley will eat right out of your hand but her new little brother, well, he's still a little shy.
Savannah, a little girl visiting the zoo, says, "He's cute."
Brooke Lehmann, another visitor at the giraffe exhibit, says, "He is really cute and it's a pleasure to see a baby at the zoo cause it's not something you get to see everyday."
He's 6 feet tall and 160 pounds right now but in the next year he'll put on 300 pounds and grow an additional 2 feet. Lehmann says that's pretty amazing.
"We just had our first baby and when you can compare it's pretty impressive," said Lehmann.
Zoo staff say the new boy is curious and active just like his momma.
Ken Naugher, Conservation Resource Manager, says "He investigates the rocks anything on the ground and the smell of the rocks.
Until he steps up to the feeding station, Mom Melissa and sister Ashley are enjoying all the extra attention and food from the kids.
He doesn't have a new name yet but zookeepers say they may have a contest and let the public decide.
You can see the new baby giraffe everyday between 12:30 p.m. and 4:30 p.m. at the zoo.