Brace yourselves: April the giraffe's calf is now reportedly 'sticking out'

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It's been just about a full month of "Watch April the giraffe give birth," livestreams - and still, no baby giraffe. (Come on, April.)


If you're like us and fully fed-up with this never-ending feed, we come bearing exciting news. According to Animal Adventure Park in Harpursville, New York, April's calf is now "moving up and sticking out."


As disgusting as that sounds, it's actually pretty exciting because it means this nightmare is finally almost ov ... oh, what was that? That doesn't mean April is in labor yet? Oh, okay.


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