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Millions of people have been tuning in to live streams around the world as April the giraffe is expected to give birth soon. Friday the live stream of April's enclosure stopped working. Animal Adventure Park said it's aware of the issue and is working to resolve it."Cam down," Animal Adventure Park posted on Facebook. Receiving 2,000 emails to tell us it's down, only slows us and the computers down.
Below, watch video of April and her wobbly mini-me bonding and hanging out in their pen.
The zoo's live cam blinked out of service for the final time Friday, April 21, at p.m. "The future plans will be announced next week of when and how you can check on baby," zookeepers said Friday on Facebook.
When it does, you can keep an eye on April the giraffe right here at Click On April the giraffe and her mate, Oliver, are expecting a baby any moment now.The park says You Tube decided to take down the feed briefly after animal rights extremists complained about it.She was raised in Hallock, Minnesota and received her degree at the University of North Dakota where she participated in the student run TV show Studio One.In college, Amy met her husband, WDAY’s Jody Norstedt, while interning at WDAZ in Grand Forks.