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April the Giraffe Giving Birth Live Stream, Latest News: April Hasn't Given Birth Yet

Nothing can be more captivating than the circle of life and whenever we bear witness to wildlife's take on reproduction, we cannot help but feel happy. That is why millions are tuning in on April the giraffe's live stream from the Animal Adventure Park Zoo in New York. It has been months since Animal Adventure Park turned the spotlight on April the giraffe but how is the future mother doing?

The live stream for April the giraffe is up 24/7 and those interested can tune in on the future mother from time to time. April is looking better than ever as the months pass and her baby's due date draws near, and it seems that Animal Adventure Park is doing a fine job of keeping her in tiptop shape.

A lot of other publications are also keeping track of the development of April the giraffe's pregnancy. As of April 14, April the giraffe is still very active despite already having a huge baby bump.

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However, viewers have commented that April seems pretty restless as of late. Her restlessness could be a sign of new developments. By new developments, viewers are probably speculating that April's birth is finally drawing near.

As for April's actual birth, the Animal Adventure Park Zoo personnel have yet to know when the soon-to-be mother will undergo labor. April was expected to give birth mid-February but up until now, she's already way past her expected due date and the days keep on passing.

Sacramento Zoo's local giraffe expert Melissa McCartney explains why April still has not given birth. "We can attribute the late due date to the fact the giraffe births are different from humans. A giraffe' gestation stage lasts for 13 to 15 months," McCartney said.

It is also hard to determine at what month the giraffe's pregnancy is in as it is quite a task to do ultrasound on such a tall creature.

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