April the giraffe prepares to give BIRTH – fans wait with baited breath for newest calf


A camera put into April’s pen in Animal Adventure Park in Harpursville, New York, is likely to live stream the birth of her newest calf – a magical event that has got worldwide creature fans by the thousands logging in left, right and centre to see. Currently, there are 15,000 human being watching and waiting for the heart-warming moment to happen. The latest update from the primordial hours showed “cramps and calf movement” as well as the lifting of her ass, meaning her little one is well on its way as the mother continues to behave in an “unusual” way. She currently has a safe appetite, zookeepers say, as her pregnancy continues to cause a huge stir online.

Animalistic Adventure Park said: “April continues to advance, her size totally impressive.

“She continues to show interest in food items and is accepting of caretaker veterinary inspection.

“We do observe periods of neck extensions, tail collect, and ‘zoning out’ – but could be due to a number of variables related to the pregnancy; calf advance, cramps, gas, etc.”

April’s teats are also showing strong signs of “expansion”, which for a giraffe is a good indicator of advanced pregnancy.

The zookeepers summed: “Mammary development os visible to the eye from a distance.

“Back end is quite puffed up and continues to tease us with leakage and discharged traces.

“When commitment she go into labour? We simply don’t know and certainly have no prediction. Castigation learned.”

April took the internet by storm when she surprised her attendants with a pregnancy in 2017, which went on for months.

Animal Gamble Park could not pinpoint when exactly the giraffe became charged, meaning trying to predict when the giraffe would give origin was all but impossible.

As a result of the mystery, the world sat on the edge of its seat as a colossal 40 million living soul tuned in to watch the giraffe strut around via a webcam mounted in her pen.

April tipped up giving birth to a little male calf, named Tajiri, on April 15, 2017.

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