The article read: “We and many of her fans are upset because we bid farewell to the giraffe, and the giraffe can be said to have established a foothold in the 21st century and the awareness of giraffe protection.” “Although she is in the yard. The hoofmark will disappear in time, but the imprint she left on the hearts of people all over the world will never disappear.”
Veterinarians in April noticed that giraffes showed obvious signs of osteoarthritis in the summer of 2020. Despite their tremendous efforts-including joint supplements, painkillers, diet changes, trimming hooves and laying the floor in the barn-she still lost her mobility.
The owner of the Animal Adventure Park, Jordan Patch, said in a statement: “To her breeder and our team in the park, she is a valuable member of our family, although we know that this day will eventually be Come, but our hearts are hurting.” “The impact of April on animal protection and appreciation is immeasurable and lasting.”
Park said her body had been escorted to Cornell University’s School of Veterinary Medicine for an autopsy. After cremation, the April ashes will be returned to the Animal Adventure Park.