YouTube channel showing giraffe birth 2nd most live-viewed

Posted April 24, 2017

A fund-raising campaign by the Animal Adventure Park to name April the giraffe's calf was launched after its birth. Her birth was broadcast to an online audience of more than a million viewers.

"We will all be there to say goodbye", the zoo said. This calf is her fourth; it's her mate Oliver's first. At some point early next week, Jordan says he'll reveal a plan for scheduled times enthusiasts can "tune in and check on baby, April, and Oliver and your favorite cast and characters", referring to Alyssa, Corey, and Dr. Tim.

Keepers at the Harpursville zoo went live on Facebook moments before to thank their viewers for coming with them on the pregnant giraffe ride. A healthy male calf was born April 15 and the zoo's livestream of April ended Friday afternoon in order for the zoo to focus on its summer season, the wildlife park wrote on Facebook.

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Animal Adventure Park owner Jordan Patch said the natural curiosity surrounding giraffes and their birthing process was a huge factor in drawing crowds. You can register at NameAprilsCalf.com and suggest as many names as you like, though bear in mind each entry will cost $1. Not if the viewership of the final video made by staff at Animal Adventure Park in Harpursville, N.Y.

In all, Animal Adventure Park scored when it came to YouTube views.

The park is now holding a fundraiser to determine the calf's name. Only League of Legends eSports channel has more, and you don't get the miracle of life watching that!