"This has pulled an educational tool from millions of individuals", Patch said.
Patch said April, the park's pregnant giraffe, is being visited by the park's veterinarian daily, and sometimes twice daily.
Just hours after the video went back on air Thursday morning, more than 36,000 people were tuned in waiting for April to give birth.
April the giraffe is getting ready to welcome a calf with her mate, Oliver, at Animal Adventure Park in Harpursville, New York.
"We're all on the same team", the official tells activists. We want the best for these animals and we would love to have them in their natural environment again some day.' he added.
(But we're so close to warm weather, promise.) Animal Adventure Park in Harpursville, NY (that's about a three-hour drive outside the city), is now livestreaming a video of a giraffe about to give birth. Aw!
'So instead of sitting behind a keyboard or holding up protest signs, I encourage animal rights activists to get behind conservation.
The videos were cut short because "animal rights extremists" flagged them as "sexually explicit", prompting both to be taken down, according to the zoo.
The woman said pit bulls belonging to the same owner killed her long-haired chihuahua a year and a half ago.
"Everything that matters and is important to that giraffe is provided to them in a stress-free manner", he said.
Good news! So far, the zoo says April is doing fine.