Katie the giraffe should deliver her calf in late May, but this time around the zoo is keeping her pregnancy private.
Obviously, the way the post is listed on the Animal Adventure Park Facebook page, the park must be getting a lot of feedback on why the cam went down in the first place.
At a tiny NY zoo, April the giraffe has managed to bring a little calf into being and, thanks to a YouTube livestream, the pregnancy and birth of the adorable little baby giraffe has captured the attention of viewers from around the world.
A permanent yard camera will go up this season to reconnect viewers to the giraffe family.
Keepers at the park said Giraffe Cam is not gone forever, just temporarily off the air while they make some big changes.
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Reacting to news that the giraffes will continue to be video superstars, fans have left more than 10,000 messages on Facebook.
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The zoo said Sunday that the first round of results from the naming contest would be revealed early this week, with a victor tentatively scheduled for May 1.
The zoo also announced today that the live camera is not gone forever.
Even though it hasn't been a week yet, many people have been feeling a little empty without April the giraffe in their life. The park plans to announce the calf's name on May 1. Park officials said the calf is doing well and continues to grow. The park is now holding a competition to name the male calf. There is a five-vote minimum, and people can vote as many times as they want.