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Is April the Giraffe pregnant again?

TODAY logo TODAY 11/10/2017 Eun Kyung Kim
April the Giraffe and April, Jr.April the Giraffe and her son, Tajiri, born on April 15. © @AprilTheGiraffe / Twitter April the Giraffe and April, Jr.April the Giraffe and her son, Tajiri, born on April 15.

She's a giraffe so famous she only goes by her first name: April. And she may be pregnant.

Barely six months after the world breathlessly watched her give birth to a son, April the Giraffe may be expecting another calf.

The owner of upper state New York's Animal Adventure Park dropped a major hint while being interviewed on live TV.

"We can't confirm or deny that," Steven Donnelly told TODAY about the pregnancy speculation. "I honestly don't know. I don't know if Jordan knows either."

More than 1.2 million people watched April give birth to her son, Tajiri, on April 15.

April the Giraffe had already been a viral star months before then, after the owners of Animal Adventure Park, located in Harpursville, New York, began posting daily updates of her condition and set up a live stream "giraffe cam."

The giraffe became so famous she even inspired a viral spoof by a pregnant woman.

It's now just a waiting game before zoo keepers will know anything for certain.

Last month, however, the park noted on its Facebook page that "love is in the air" for April and her partner.

"April has been cleared for another pregnancy and has our blessing to allow nature to take its course," the post said.

Donnelly said the same thing: "All I can add is, stay tuned!"

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