Zookeepers at Animal Adventure Park say April the giraffe's pregnancy is moving along and predicted she would have her calf on Tuesday. "The development occurs, generally, just prior to birthing", Animal Adventure Park said in its morning update. As he said those words, April appeared to look at the camera.
It's been more than a month since the park shared the news of April's impending birth with the world, via social media.
April the Giraffe may be getting a little exhausted of waiting for a baby to arrive, but no, she didn't successfully kick her veterinarian, "Dr. Tim", who came to check on her on Monday.
How long has April been with Animal Adventure Park?
Bulls (male giraffes) only really care about two things - fighting and "the unmentionable".
The stream of the pregnant giraffe has been live since February 23, and thousands of people from around the world tune in daily to see if today is the day she gives birth!
April the giraffe could have her baby soon, the Animal Adventure Park assures us.
Animal Adventure Park began streaming on February 23 on YouTube showing April preparing to give birth, drawing attention worldwide.
Cross those fingers or hooves, April is getting close, Animal Adventure Park says. This is April's fourth calf and the first for her mate Oliver.
The little giraffe won't be all that little. The calf will weigh around 150 pounds and be approximately 6-feet-tall at birth.
The feed was earlier removed by YouTube after it was labeled sexually explicit. Patch blamed "a handful of extremists and animal rights activists" for the interruption. And, before you get jealous of this animal's quick labor, keep in mind that a giraffe carries its calf for 15 months.
Once the calf is born, there will be a contest to name it.