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April, the pregnant giraffe, could give birth during a New York snowstorm. Thousands followed her pregnancy on a live cam through YouTube. Getty Images

Weeks after Animal Adventure Park set up a live cam for April, the pregnant giraffe did not give birth. She’s 15 months pregnant and could give birth at any moment, from what the upstate New York shared on their official Facebook page.

The park took to their social media profile to share an update on April Monday. “We start another week without a calf! There is no question that April is looking larger than ever. Morning keeper check reports active kicking and noticeable growth/drop in belly,” they wrote.

READ: “Giraffe Giving Birth On Live Cam Update: April Kicks Vet As Pregnant Belly Swells”

New York was slated to get up to 20 inches of snow and the zoo was ready. “[There is a] significant snow storm heading our way early tomorrow morning. The team is preparing accordingly—as we do—with any weather activity of concern,” the park said.

For some added fun, Animal Adventure Park explained the horns that sit atop giraffes’ heads. “The horns on giraffes are actually called ossicones,” the zoo wrote. “Both males and females have them! When calfs are born, the ossicones lie flat on the head, and after birth, the cartilage becomes erect and begins to fasten to the skull.”

April’s seemingly extended pregnancy drew more than 100,000 viewers to the live stream on YouTube Monday. The excitement about April giving birth was undeniable, but all the attention also made it difficult for the zoo to answer everyone’s questions.

“Quick reminder that emails are less and less likely to be seen and responded to at this time due to volume,” they said in part of their Facebook post. “Questions are best asked in comments on our posts for us to address in our weekly video update.”

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When the calf is born, he or she will weigh 150 pounds. A name will be determined by a vote.

Even though April is a pseudo-celebrity, she does not appreciate the attention. “Hello, humans of the Internet. I, April the pregnant giraffe, understand that you are interested in the impending birth of my calf,” she “said” in a statement to March 1. “It is a joyous occasion to be sure and I'm happy to share my joy with the hundreds of thousands of people watching my live stream on YouTube. But newsflash: Staring at me and demanding ‘Where’s that baby already??’ is NOT helping.”

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