Gia is a female giraffe in the game Zootopia: Crime Files. She is a former criminal suspected of vandalizing the Natural History Museum. She appears in Case 6; she also assists Judy Hopps and Nick Wilde in said case.
Gia is a slender-necked giraffe with orange fur and burnt orange spots. She has a lighter face, long ears, and brown eyes framed by eyelashes. She wears an olive green baseball cap with a pink flower and a long wire attached.
Role in the Game
While search for the suspect for vandalizing the Natural History Museum, Judy and Nick find a bag on construction tools containing a strange powder. The lab analyze the powder and it turns out to be flour. Nick thinks about bringing a security expert to see if there are any traces of flour at the scene of the crime and asks about Gia. Judy says Gia is a former criminal turned security expert. They go to Gia and Judy asks her about any flour-based shenanigans at the crime scene. Gia says she did. The security cameras were covered with flour and it was disgusting and bad for the cameras. She also says that the crime would be committed by more than one animal. Nick thanks Gia and compliments on her perfume.
After the case is solved, Gia tells Judy and Nick she left an incredibly important book at the museum. Judy says they're always happy to help. They didn't find a book, but they did find a torn paper which could have been from a book. After piecing it together, the paper turns out to be a page from a Sudoku book. After taking it to the lab to analyzing, Clawhauser says the page is from Gia's book and her handwriting matches hers. And Clawhauser also solved the puzzle, because whenever he sees a puzzle he solves it. Judy hopes that Gia would be fine with the finished puzzle.
They return the page to Gia who is amazed saying that the puzzle is a very complex code and whoever solved it is a genius. Judy is sure that since Clawhauser solved it, he'll be pleased.