World famous giraffe cam is back online

FILE - This June 28, 2017, file photo, provided by The Maryland Zoo shows a baby giraffe, Julius, and his mother, Kesi, at the zoo in Baltimore. The Maryland Zoo says the young giraffe calf born June 15 has died. Don Hutchinson, the zoo’s CEO, said Saturday, July 15, 2017, that veterinary staff and an animal care team put their lives on hold and explored every avenue to try to nurse Julius back to health. (Jeffrey F. Bill/The Maryland Zoo via AP, File)

HARPURSVILLE, N.Y. (WFLA) – Six months after giving birth, the Animal Adventure Park said that Oliver is already showing interest in world famous April the giraffe again.

However, the park won’t confirm or deny if she is already pregnant. They will say that the giraffe couple are able to safely breed after the birth of their calf captivated the world.

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The park also said in a previous update that April, Oliver and baby Tajiri are sharing space for the first time.

You are still able to view the giraffe cam on the park’s YouTube page seven days a week.

Hours will be 8 a.m. – 2 p.m.;”We may just keep the camera rolling,” the park said.