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But giraffe keeper Alyssa Swilley says Oliver will be kept a safe distance away from April and the calf when he or she arrives. He will stay in his own space and will do so until the baby is bigger.” 9.30pm GMT: Jordan Patch, owner of Animal Adventure Park, says “we are getting closer” after April’s latest check.She said: “Males hook up with females and then they leave. He said: “Things are actually moving a bit better than expected today. We have noticed some udder filling, which is good, and back end swell that has increased significantly in the past couple of days.One Twitter user tweeted: “ Checking in on April has become part of our morning routine!”12.29pm GMT: April the giraffe is keeping the animal park guessing as to when her new arrival will come.They added: "Wax caps remain and back end swell has continued to maintain a significant size.Appetite strong, moodiness returned." The Animal Adventure Park also apologised after the live stream camera malfunctioned - and said they reacted as quickly as possible to it.am GMT: April is laid down facing the corner of the room.According to the World Animal Foundation: “Giraffe gestation lasts between 14 and 15 months, after which a single calf is born.The mother givesbirth standing up and the embryonic sack actually bursts when the baby falls to the ground. “Within a few hours of being born, calves can run around and are indistinguishable from a week old calf; however, for the first two weeks, they spend most of their time lying down, guarded by the mother.”8.50pm GMT: As Republicans pull the Obamacare reform bill, April watchers hope the political upheaval in Washington could prompt the giraffe to have her calf. Jim Thiessen said: “Now that Obamacare is safe will the @April The Giraffe please have it's damn baby?
She looks ready to give birth any day now, after her mammoth 15-month pregnancy.13.46 GMT: April the giraffe has had a relaxing morning, but like most expectant mums she appears to be growing impatient to give birth.
She wrote: “Mother nature is in control and we are all along for the ride. It’s a bit darker in that part of her enclosure so maybe she’s trying to get a better night’s sleep.4.15am GMT: Right now, April is trying to hide.
Her head is bowed out of the site of the camera and swaying slightly.2.30am GMT: April seems pretty weary – she's trawling around and looks quite uncomfortable.12am GMT: April is prowling around her enclosure, head bowed.9pm GMT: Vet Dr Tim examines April’s udders and shows how he feels for discomfort in the pregnant giraffe.
In its latest update, the Animal Adventure Park said: “It looks like we will have an April Fools baby! ” TO CONTINUE TO FOLLOW OUR LIVE UPDATES ON APRIL THE GIRAFFE - CLICK HEREpm GMT: Fans are guessing which day could be a ‘Girexit’ with April finally giving birth.
“Who could have ever predicted this, unfolding as it has. Jill Baker wrote on Twitter: “Just when I though April the Giraffe was truly in about, she laid down.”Another user said: "Forget Brexit.She is pacing up and down in her enclosure and looks a little tired.