Aaron Paul's Wholesome Moment at the San Diego Zoo Safari Park
It seems that actor Aaron Paul is quite different from his infamous "Breaking Bad" character, Jesse Pinkman. Recently, Paul and his family had a delightful experience at the San Diego Zoo Safari Park, which he shared on social media. Instead of the recognizable yellow meth suit, Paul sported a cozy rose-colored sweatshirt as he explored the African savannah aboard a safari truck with his family.
According to Paul's Instagram post, they visited the wildlife park a few months ago and had a moment they will never forget. The San Diego Zoo Wildlife Alliance team gave Paul's daughter the special privilege of naming one of the park's newest additions, a giraffe calf. She chose the name "Elliott" as a tribute to her favorite movie, "ET."
Elliott, a Masai giraffe, was born to parents Mara and Gowan on October 7, as announced by the San Diego Zoo Wildlife Alliance. While the giraffe species is considered threatened, the subspecies of Masai giraffes native to Kenya are actually endangered, a status declared in 2019.
The SDZWA highlighted the importance of conservation efforts, particularly in Kenya, where giraffe populations are declining due to habitat loss and poaching. They emphasized their support for community-based initiatives to protect this charismatic species.
A frequent visitor to San Diego, Aaron Paul is widely known for his appearances at San Diego Comic-Con during the run of "Breaking Bad" and more recently for promoting his mezcal brand, Dos Hombres, with co-star Bryan Cranston.
"Breaking Bad" captured the attention of viewers during its five-season run from 2008 to 2013. The show centered around Walter White, portrayed by Bryan Cranston, a chemistry teacher facing financial struggles and the challenges of supporting his family, including a son with cerebral palsy and terminal cancer.