Zoo streams April the Giraffe as she delivers another calf


It’s a calf for mama giraffe!

Internet star April the Giraffe gave birth before a live YouTube audience for the second time on Saturday.

The long-necked mama went into labor after 11 a.m. Saturday morning, and gave birth shortly before 1 p.m. at Animal Adventure Park in upstate Harpursville, New York.

The zoo alerted April’s many fans to the big news through a text notification and Facebook post.

April became a viral sensation in 2017, when Animal Adventure created a live stream to track the progress of the 18-foot-tall pregnant giraffe.

More than 1.2 million viewers watched April welcome son Tajiri into the world two years ago.

The new baby, the gender of which has not yet been revealed, is April’s fifth offspring.

The 17-year-old’s latest pregnancy was announced last July.

On March 8, park owner Jordan Patch Park said April’s delivery was “imminent.”

Animal Adventure said that the newborn will be named through an online voting contest, just as brother Tajiri was, according to USA Today.