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If she is indeed expecting, the caretaker also teased the likelihood of another livestream.
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“Are we ready for another giraffe cam, world? You tell me,” he laughed.
Millions of people around the world tuned into the much-anticipated live birth, which first started making headlines in February after YouTube briefly took the zoo's livestream down after animal activists complained the video violated policies against "nudity and sexual content."
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After the zoo urged commenters to voice their frustrations -- and thousands did -- YouTube restored the stream within an hour.
The zoo teased on a daily basis for weeks that April was close to giving birth, until Tajiri was finally born in mid-April.
On the morning of the delivery, more than 1.2 million people watched to help welcome April’s bundle of joy into the world.