Millions of people around the world remain captivated by a viral live stream of the pregnant giraffe preparing to give birth at the upstate New York petting zoo.The famous giraffe is keeping her fans on the edge of their seats as she reaches the final stages of pregnancy at long last.Burgers’ Zoo expects the birth of a baby white rhino to occur within the next two weeks.
Just 19 walrus live among seven zoos and aquariums in the United States.
The Indianapolis Zoo is fortunate to have not just one but two! She shares her exhibit with Pakak, a male Pacific walrus calf who was found stranded off the coast of Northern Alaska in 2012.
Here are all the latest updates and live stream of April the giraffe brought to you 24/7.7am BST: April and her calf appear to be doing just fine. The calf has been following his mother around their enclosure, and the two seem to be bonding very well.
They are currently stood in the nearest corner to the camera, but the newborn is so small he keeps going out of shot. He appears to be feeding just fine, and looks healthy and even stronger than just a few hours ago.am BST: April’s calf is stood up again, but he looks content with his spot in the corner of the enclosure.
She soon conceived, but her first pregnancy ended in a stillbirth on 25 January 2016.
A white rhino’s first pregnancy is often unsuccessful, as the birth canal is not yet wide enough and the animal is inexperienced.
A microphone is positioned under the camera to record sound.
They are powered directly from a building that is approximately 750 feet away but the video and audio feed is transmitted wirelessly.
As of Monday, 24 July 2017, website visitors can watch Izala live in her stall 24/7 at The zoo in Arnhem has proven highly successful at breeding the endangered white rhino: 7 rhinos have been born there in the past 17 years, one of which was stillborn.