April, a giraffe at Animal Adventure Park in Harpursvile, N.Y., is giving birth to her fourth calf.

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According to Giraffe Conservation Foundation, the average gestation period for a giraffe is about 15 months. Giraffes give birth standing up, so a newborn calf falls about 5 or 6 feet to the ground. A newborn will stand and run within a hour of birth, according to the GCF website.

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April is 15 years old and the calf will weigh around 150 pounds and be about 6' tall at birth.

The International Union for Conservation of Nature places the future of the species in its "least concern" category. The giraffe, which lives in arid and dry-savanna zones of sub-Saharan Africa, have seen its range shrink because of increasing human populations in West Africa, according to the IUCN website.

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