"We can not confirm nor deny the possibility", Patch said.
April the giraffe, who captivated the Internet via livestream, already has one baby, but she may - or may not - be having another.
It has been just 7 months since the famous 15-year-old giraffe delivered her calf before an online audience of more than a million viewers from her pen at Animal Adventure Park in Harpursville, New York - but soon it may be time to restart the clock.
There might be another bun in April the giraffe's oven.
Patch did say, following the birth, that he was betting on welcoming twice as many visitors to the park as the previous year. Millions of people tuned in to watch her almost two-and-a-half-hour labor, and-if the animal's previous popularity is any indication-millions more will tune in should she ever birth to a fifth baby giraffe.
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On Thursday morning, Patch stoked rumors that she might be expecting by saying he couldn't "confirm nor deny the possibility of another pregnancy". "Are we ready for another giraffe cam, world?" he asked.
Initially, YouTube removed April's feed, but it was restored again in March leading people to tune in daily for a chance to see her give birth, which was originally expected to happen in March.
The park owner's comment caused a social media frenzy, as April fans took to Twitter to express their shock at the possibility of another giraffe cam.
April was pregnant for 16 months with Tajiri, so if she is pregnant, we have some time to prepare. The baby, her fourth child, was named Tajiri, a Swahili word that means hope.
The "little" guy - who isn't so little anymore, standing just shy of 10' tall on his 6th month birthday - doesn't just take after his dad, Animal Adventure Park said on Facebook.