It's time to "stick your neck out" and help find a name for the Phoenix Zoo's baby Masai giraffe.

The female baby was born June 26.

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In honor of her mother, Imara (meaning “strength” in Swahili), zookeepers came up with six Swahili-themed possible names.

And now it's up to the public to vote for a favorite!

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All voting details can be found online.

Voting will end Sunday, July 29 at midnight and the name will be announced the week of July 30.

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Imara and the baby will remain in the giraffe barn until the calf is old enough to be introduced to other animals and go out on the Savanna.

Imara is a seven-year-old Masai giraffe and arrived at the Zoo in 2012 as recommended by the Masai Giraffe Species Survival Plan to breed with our nine-year-old male Masai giraffe, Miguu (pronounced Mee-goo). Miguu came to Phoenix in 2010 from the Los Angeles Zoo.

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This is the Zoo’s second giraffe birth in the past year.

Siku, a female Masai giraffe, was born last September to mom, Sunshine.

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Don't forget to cast your vote online.

The six choices for the new baby's name are:

Asili (Swahili for nature) Jasiri (Swahili for brave) Kivuli (Swahili for shadow) Mwishowe (Swahili for finally/eventually) Nyusi (Swahili for eyebrows) Subira (Swahili for patience)

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