April the giraffe might be pregnant again 7 months after viral birth

Peter Castro
November 11, 2017

The owner of the Animal Adventure Park, Jordan Patch, was interviewed at "Good Morning America" on 9 November and he said that he will neither confirm, nor deny the fact that April might be pregnant. Millions of people tuned in to watch her almost two-and-a-half-hour labor, and-if the animal's previous popularity is any indication-millions more will tune in should she ever birth to a fifth baby giraffe. After months of anticipation, she gave birth in April to Tajiri, who is her fourth calf and first with fellow giraffe Oliver.

America's most famous giraffe is back in the spotlight, and she could be pregnant again.

Patch said that Tajiri, who is now about 10 feet tall, is very healthy and that April is an excellent mother to him.

"We can't confirm or deny that", Steven Donnelly told TODAY about the pregnancy speculation. "Are we ready for another giraffe cam, world?" he asked. "You tell me", he added.

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At "Good Morning America", Jordan Patch stated that young Tajiri is nearly 10-feet tall and that April has been a great mother so far, being very protective.

He celebrated his 6-month birthday last month with a cake made from apples and lettuce.

He says that if April does conceive, the camera will likely move to another exhibit until she gets further along in her pregnancy. The Adventure Park Zoo created an online portal specifically for shoppers to purchase April the Giraffe merchandise and a GoFundMe campaign was launched in April's honor to improve the Giraffe Encounter Deck. Looks like April has been getting busy with Oliver, Tajiri's father.

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