Start Precnan for webcam

Precnan for webcam

“Any day now” has been the ongoing prediction from Dublin Zoo but a week has past and there is still no sign of the newcomer.

Its owners blamed "extremists and animal right activists" for the outage.

Two other females are pregnant and both are due within the next few months, so it is a something of a baby boom in the Phoenix park.

An animal park in upstate New York has gone viral with a streaming video of a pregnant giraffe named April.

Patch said Thursday that the park had put up the live webcam feed of April the pregnant giraffe as a way to bring awareness to the status of her species.

The power of You Tube, he explained, was a way that his park in rural New York could reach millions of people around the world.

The story went viral after the zoo reported (via a Facebook post) that You Tube briefly took down the stream after animal activists reportedly complained that it violated the platform’s “nudity and sexual content policies.” (You Tube reinstated the feed a few hours later but didn’t issue any comment.) At birth, the calf will weigh around 150 pounds and will be about 6-feet tall, according to the zoo.

If all goes as planned the front hooves will be the first part of the baby to appear, followed by its snout.

(FOX 13) - After being taken down off You Tube briefly, a viral live camera feed of a giraffe about to give birth is back online.