April the giraffe, a former internet sensation, recently celebrated her baby's first birthday.
They can reach 19 feet tall, meaning giraffes tower over the savannah they live in. So do they get struck by lightning more than other, shorter animals?
They'll call him "Taj." The baby giraffe born on April 15 at Animal Adventure Park (AAP) in Harpursville, New York, finally has a name: Tajiri, or "hope" in Swahili.
The "giraffe cam" for April and her new calf has come down, but their internet career isn't over just yet.
Live Science gets the low-down on April the giraffe and her newborn calf, from Jordan Patch, owner of Animal Adventure Park.
After keeping millions of people anxiously glued to their computer screens for weeks, April the giraffe finally delivered her calf.
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