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YouTube Giraffe Star is Still Pregnant

Express poll of baby names for April the giraffe

April lives at Animal Adventure Park in NY.

April the Giraffe is getting bigger and bigger - and the world is still waiting to welcome her bundle of joy.

It took us a minute, but once we saw it, we can't unsee it!

"There is a significant amount of belly movement and tail raising".

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The live feed experienced glitches yesterday, prompting hundreds of concerned emails from viewers about a late update posted to Facebook. Each day there is frequent activity, and you can clearly see the calf kicking from inside the womb. "This evening, keeper report suggests a bit more calm now", the zoo wrote.

Even more, Tatu was actually Autumn's third calf (hence the name that means "three" in Swahili). That means more enrichment activities, training sessions and extra attention from the team, the zoo said. According to Animal Adventure, this will be her fourth time giving birth. You can watch the live giraffe cam in the video playlist below. Thousands upon thousands of commenters voiced their frustration on Facebook and YouTube, and the stream was restored within an hour or so.

April is 15 years old and the calf will weigh around 150 pounds and be about 6' tall at birth.

The zoo's Giraffe Cam began live-streaming video from April's enclosed pen last week.