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Millions across the world waiting for April the giraffe to give birth were in for disappointment as another day passed without the pregnant giraffe going into labor.

In an update Thursday evening, the Animal Adventure Park in Harpursville, New York, said, “April is doing great with light discharge. Appetite is so so.”

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The upstate New York zoo set up set up a live stream in February to document her pregnancy and the birth of her fourth calf. The YouTube live stream went viral, attracting millions of viewers from across the world, with over 100,000 people on it at any given time.

You can watch the livestream here.

The zoo also posts regular updates about the pregnant giraffe on its Facebook page, which is liked and followed by over a million people. The updates include pictures and videos of April, along with some “Q&A” sessions with her vet and the zookeepers.

The evening update on Thursday was a little different from the others as it delved deeper into April’s mate and neighbor Oliver’s behavior, especially around her.

“Some people inquired about Oliver's behavior with April earlier this evening,” the post read. “He was not being ‘aggressive’ — but he was certainly showing his dominance. You may have noticed his playful necking behaviors (not true aggressive necking behavior), his blocking her movements, etc.”

“This is all part of the fun and games of a young bull,” the post continued, attempting to pacify April’s fans. “At no time did he pose and serious threat to April of her calf... her laying down puts more force on the womb/calf, than light head bumps from Oliver.”

The zoo has not revealed any due date for April’s fourth calf. The newborn, however, will be Oliver’s first calf.