A Bali zoo has named a baby giraffe ‘Corona’ in order to honour the birth of the animal during coronavirus. The calf was born on April 9 to mother Sophie and father Matadi, joining two other siblings at Bali Safari Park on the Indonesian holiday island. A video released by the zoo showed the calf being born in a small enclosure.“She was born during the COVID-19 pandemic so the environment minister… named her Corona,” said zoo spokesman Anak Agung Ngurah Alit Sujana. “Corona is healthy and is still breastfeeding. We´ll keep her under observation for three months.”Bali Safari Park has been closed to visitors since late March as part of efforts to stem the spread of coronavirus infections.