With all due respect to Boston Celtics champion Glen Davis, this is a Big Baby.

The Franklin Park Zoo in Boston just welcomed a one-month-old giraffe that stands at six feet tall and weighs 184 pounds. I never thought I’d see the day when a one-month-old was ready to be a Toys ‘R’ Us spokesman, but here we are.

The zoo will also hold a silent auction where the winner will choose the giraffe’s name, according to The Boston Globe. The Masai giraffe is receiving world-class treatment at the zoo, as the species population has dwindled by 40 percent over the past three decades.

Said the zoo in a statement:

“Standing tall and majestic, the Masai giraffe is one of Africa’s most iconic and beloved animals. Known for their distinctively patterned coats and towering stature, these gentle giants hold a special place in the hearts of animal lovers around the world.”

If you’ve got some cash (or Geoffrey Bucks) to throw around, you can put in a bid for the right to name Boston’s biggest baby through August 27.

To add perspective to just how large the six-foot giraffe is, here are some legendary Boston athletes who were not as tall as this baby:

  • Isaiah Thomas
  • Pedro Martinez
  • Dustin Pedroia
  • Carl Yastrzemski
  • Doug Flutie
  • Dana Barros
  • Mookie Betts
  • Julian Edelman
  • Bill Rodgers
  • “Marvelous” Marvin Hagler
  • Wes Welker
  • Rocky Marciano
  • Troy Brown
  • Ty Law
  • Raymond Bourque

Adam Vinatieri, Mo Vaughn, and Bobby Orr are tied with the giraffe. For now...

If sports aren't your thing, here are some Boston-raised actors who are shorter than the new Franklin Park giraffe:

  • Matt Damon
  • Casey Affleck
  • Mark Wahlberg
  • Donnie Wahlberg

Ben Affleck has it beat by two inches. For now...

And if movies aren’t your thing, here are five musicians who are shorter than the new Franklin Park giraffe:

  • Steven Tyler
  • Joe Perry
  • Brad Whitford
  • Joey Kramer

Tom Hamilton has it beat by one inch. For now…

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