Video: Used With Permission from Animal Adventure Park

HARPURSVILLE, NY (CBSDFW.COM/AP) — In a post on the Animal Adventure Park website, officials there said that the giraffe cam was set to end it’s broadcast Friday and it did just that.

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“Giraffe Cam will go dark Friday at 4:30 pm eastern (3:30 pm central time). We will all be there to say goodbye,” park officials said in the post.

As promised, officials joined April and her calf in the pen and held up a sign that said, “Thank You, To Be Continued.”

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In their update yesterday officials said, “All is well and baby continues to gain! A small floor scale has been implemented to get a read on baby without separating mom and handling calf.”

The giraffe cam made Animal Adventure Park the second most live-viewed channel in YouTube’s history, with more than 232 million live views since February.

More than 1.2 million viewers were watching when April gave birth Saturday.

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