April the giraffe defied popular opinion that she would give birth to her calf over the weekend, and kept millions of people across the world waiting a little bit longer. As of late Monday, the pregnant giraffe showed no sign of going into active labor.

The Animal Adventure Park in Harpursville, New York, set up a live stream Feb. 10 to allow people to be a part of April’s pregnancy and the birth of her calf. While the live stream shot April into instant internet fame, the giraffe is well over the 15 month period which is usually how long giraffe pregnancies last.

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April’s fans continue to keep tabs on her through the live stream, which has over 100,000 viewers at any given time, and through updates posted by the upstate New York zoo on its Facebook page, which has over one million followers.

You can watch the live stream here.

The Monday evening update said April had remained “off grain again” and provided an explanation why the lights were out early when viewers tuned in to check on April.

“With normal routine returning of warm temps and yard time, coupled with the thought that a natural light cycle of the dusk and dawn type may help entice/speed up our labor, you will see us change our treat time and lights out routine to earlier in the day,” the zoo said in the update.

“When exactly?” it added. “Depends on quite a bit... so keep watching!”

The zoo also said it was testing a “labor alert system” which sends exclusive text alerts to subscribers. The update Monday morning mentioned the gender of the calf will be revealed through the new alert system “hours in advance of the media press releases.”