Published: Mon, April 24, 2017
Health Care | By Gwendolyn Kim

'April the giraffe' feed goes dark as park ends live stream

'April the giraffe' feed goes dark as park ends live stream

April became a social media sensation as millions of viewers waited to watch her give birth.

On Thursday, Animal Adventure Park announced the date and time when April the Giraffe's live stream will officially end.

The zoo offered text alerts for updates on April that cost $4.99, promising that people who signed up would be the first to learn key details about her development. And if that seems long, here are some other surprisingly lengthy pregnancies in the animal kingdom, according to National Geographic.

After weeks of watching April's every move, the live streaming giraffe camera is about to be taken down. More than 1.2 million people watched as it happened Saturday.

"We would like to thank the millions of supporters that have made this journey fun, engaging and magical for so many throughout the world", Patch said in a press release announcing the sign-off. You can continue to follow April at the zoo's website.

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"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".

Goodbye April and your unamed baby calf. Alyssa and Corey never imagined they'd experience fame as animal keepers in a small NY town.

Funds raised will be split between the Giraffe Conservation Foundation, Ava's Little Heroes and Animal Adventure Park. "The fact that you'll get to witness the miracle of birth from an animal that you really don't get to see give birth - that's neat".

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Animal Adventure Park owner Jordan Patch said the baby was healthy and April was recovering "perfectly".

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