Livestream Awaiting Giraffe's Birth Removed By YouTube for Nudity and Sexual Content

Thousands are anxiously awaiting the imminent birth of a baby giraffe at the Animal Adventure Park Zoo in Birmingham, NY all thanks to a livestream that wants to share this rare occasion with you. April the giraffe has become quite the celebrity in her own right, but with all the fame comes haters. 

Zoo owner Jordan Patch says YouTube shut off the giraffe live stream because of “nudity and sexual content.” Patch said “a handful of extremists and animal activist” caused the cam to go dark.

“By kicking our live stream offline, you have literally removed an educational tool and you have harmed the species survival more than you could ever recognize.” - Jordan Patch, Animal Adventure Park Zoo Owner

After the post appeared and started gaining digital traction, the YouTube video was live once again.. This morning (2/24) over 30,000 people tuned in to see if April was still eating for two, and she is.

April's livestream is back up and running now, and you can see it for yourself here.

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