She looks ready to give birth any day now, after her mammoth 15-month pregnancy.13.46 GMT: April the giraffe has had a relaxing morning, but like most expectant mums she appears to be growing impatient to give birth.
She is pacing up and down in her enclosure and looks a little tired.
”12.29pm GMT: April the giraffe is keeping the animal park guessing as to when her new arrival will come.
For now, the world watches and waits for her baby to be born.
One Twitter user said on the social media site: “April the Giraffe is either pacing, sitting down and Eating! ”Another user said: “Milk in udders means baby soon”.
10.42am GMT: The Animal Adventure Park gave an update on April the Giraffe after she had a "busy day" on Friday.
Lining over seven miles of beaches, the Seawall, which is 17 feet high, was built to protect the island from tidal surges and hurricane force winds.
The Seawall began as a tremendous grade raising project and now extends 54,790 feet, one-third of Galveston's Gulf of Mexico frontage.
They added: "Wax caps remain and back end swell has continued to maintain a significant size.
“Who could have ever predicted this, unfolding as it has. Jill Baker wrote on Twitter: “Just when I though April the Giraffe was truly in about, she laid down.”Another user said: "Forget Brexit.
Today could be the day we celebrate Girexit."7pm GMT: The zoo keeper has said he has noted how large April is as they notice her bulges.
Her head is bowed out of the site of the camera and swaying slightly.2.30am GMT: April seems pretty weary – she's trawling around and looks quite uncomfortable.12am GMT: April is prowling around her enclosure, head bowed.9pm GMT: Vet Dr Tim examines April’s udders and shows how he feels for discomfort in the pregnant giraffe.
He said: “Things are progressing nicely, slowly but nicely.“Giraffes have a long gestation period which is 15 months plus or minus 60 days, there is a long variability.“That is the unfortunate part.