In this photo provided by Animal Adventure Park in Binghamton, N.Y., a giraffe named April kisses her new calf on Saturday, April 15, 2017.
The privately owned zoo began livestreaming from April's enclosure in February and people around the world have been tuning in daily.
In a long-anticipated event that caused almost two million people to suddenly think, "Oh, so that's what a giraffe's vagina looks like", all at once, New York-based zoo animal and internet celebrity April The Giraffe has finally given birth.
April has her own website and even an apparel line.
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Adventure Park's YouTube streaming of 15-year-old April the giraffe is capturing the moment live.
Many have watched the pregnant giraffe through different live streams provided by numerous feeds throughout the Internet, including the CBSDFW Facebook page.
The weight of the newborn is unknown, but a calf at birth is usually about 6 feet tall and weighs a whopping 100 to 150 pounds. You can also sponsor the mom and her wee one by contributing to Animal Adventure's GoFundMe page, which has already raised $132K (with an initial $50K goal) in one month. A competition will be held to decide on a name for the calf.
The calf's father is Oliver, a five-year-old giraffe kept in the same petting zoo. Male giraffes don't help raise their young. While many people thought that April was preggers for longer than that, it turns out that the zoo's owner admitted that they were wrong on April's conception timeline, which means they were wrong on when April would be giving birth. Animal Adventure says it can't keep the offspring because that could lead to incestuous mating. According to KYMX News, when Mazuri's contract expired, Animal Adventure Park was scrambling to find a new sponsor. It is now closed and will open to the public in mid-May.