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AUCKLAND CITY HARBOUR NEWS, APRIL 17, 2013
Home comforts: Nakaru's keeper offers her a snack to help keep her happy while she waits to be transported to the Ports of Auckland where
she left for Melbourne.
Giraffe off to new Melbourne home
Final preparations: Workers help secure Nakaru's crate to the truck
that will transport her to the Ports of Auckland where she began her
journey to Melbourne.
All set: Nakaru takes a final look at her home at the Auckland Zoo before she's shipped to Melbourne.
Thirsty work: Nakaru enjoys a quick drink before setting off from the
Auckland Zoo to the Ports of Auckland.
Going up: The crate Nakaru will
spend her sea voyage to
Melbourne in is loaded onto a
truck that will take her to the
Ports of Auckland.
Nakaru's five-day journey to
Australia is well under way.
On Monday the 15-month-
old giraffe from Auckland Zoo
was put on a ship bound for
Australia where she will join a
breeding programme at Mel-
Nakaru was packed into the
4.2 metre high crate she will
spend the sea voyage in on
Monday and left the zoo on the
back of a truck at 5.30pm.
Monday's rough weather
didn't hamper the trip.
It all went really well. It
took a little longer than hoped
to get her loaded onto the ship
because of the rain, but there
were no major problems,''
Auckland Zoo membership co-
ordinator Gina Dellabarca
The ship managed to get off
just before midnight and
Nakaru is due to arrive in
Melbourne on Saturday.
On Monday the unusual
sight travelled along Great
North Rd, St Lukes Rd, Mt
Eden Rd and Symonds St en-
route to the Ports of Auckland.
Onboard the JPO Scorpius
Nakaru will have toys and her
favourite foods to help keep
her comfortable and she'll
have enough room to sit down
in the crate.
Nakaru is being
accompanied by Pridelands
team leader Nat Sullivan,
keeper David Crimp and vet
Dr Bethany Jackson
We will be spending a lot of
time with her and checking on
her regularly, which will hope-
fully help her feel secure,'' Ms
Nakaru's brother Jelani
made the move to Melbourne's
Werribee Open Range Zoo in
She will spend a month
there in quarantine before
moving to Melbourne Zoo.
Before Nakuru's birth, there
had been one other female gir-
affe born at the Auckland Zoo
in 26 years.
Her mother Rukiya is due to
give birth again in July.
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