Try not to react with shock or horror if you find your child in the middle of an anatomy check with another child.
In the days since the birth, people have still been tuning in to watch the baby interact with his mom.Just days after the live video launched in February, Animal Adventure Park posted to their Facebook page that the stream was suspended for "nudity & sexual content." They said "Animal Rights Extremists" were responsible.By now your child probably needs only one short nap a day, if any.You might find, however, that scheduling a quiet, restful time in the afternoon - whether he sleeps or not - can be a calming part of his day and yours.Furthermore - giraffes do not develop large udders like cattle etc, so to see this much development truly suggests calving in the near future. Remember, the Giraffe Cam was not set-up to capture an immediate birth - it was set-up to capture a process.
Mind you, we did expect a calf sooner than this - but that is all part of the journey!Beginning October 1, 2013, the American Eagle Foundation (AEF) began providing live video streaming from a wild eagle nest located near the NE coast of Florida.The nest is located about 80′ up in a Longleaf Pine tree, and was built by the resident eagles approximately eleven years ago.A new live feed was created later and streaming resumed.The zoo periodically puts up a new feed on its You Tube page.The nation waited for weeks with bated breath anticipating the calf's arrival.