NEW YORK – You don’t need to stick your neck out to predict that this bundle of joy is going to get some attention.
April, the giraffe whose YouTube pregnancy in 2017 made her famous, is due again around March.
Jordon Patch, of Animal Adventure Park in Harpursville, New York, announced the pregnancy Wednesday on NBC’s “Today” show.
April’s pregnancy drew more than 232 million YouTube live views during a seven-week period in 2017 before she gave birth to Tajiri.
Patch said Tajiri’s father also sired the new calf.
April’s progress can be followed online at aprilthegiraffe.com.
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