Live video feed that showed giraffe birth to be taken down

Francis Osborne
April 24, 2017

Her birth was broadcast to an online audience of more than a million viewers.

April welcomed a healthy male calf on April 15, 2017, after a 15-month-long pregnancy. "The 5'9", 129-pound baby will be named via vote. The live cam tallied a grand total of 12,695,817 views total since it began streaming on February 10.

Head giraffe keeper Alyssa Swilley echoed Patch.

In a post on the Animal Adventure Park web site, officials there said that the giraffe cam is set to end it's broadcast today. "We will all be there to say goodbye", the wildlife park wrote in the post.

April the giraffe and her calf
ANIMAL ADVENTURE PARK FACEBOOKAnimal Adventure Park will pull the plug at 9.30pm tonight with zoo owner and keepers saying goodbye

"We are gearing up now for a new season and our opening day on May 13, we encourage fans to come out and visit the giraffe family and all of our other fantastic animals and exhibits". We would like to thank the millions of supporters that have made this journey fun, engaging and magical for so many throughout the world. The Animal Adventure Park had previous said that it would take the stream down five days after April's birth. For starters, they still need to name the calf and a contest is now being held for the flawless name.

Are you going to miss watching Animal Adventure Park's live cam of April the giraffe and the rest of the group on a daily basis?

On Monday, April injured her leg, which caused the Animal Adventure Park to be flooded with emails.

The park is now holding a fundraiser to determine the calf's name. "This isn't the end", she said. It comes second after League of Legends eSports channel.

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