Here's everything you missed while you were watching April the giraffe's live stream

Posted at 4:31 PM, Mar 08, 2017
and last updated 2017-03-28 09:14:46-04

A lot of things have changed in almost three weeks, but there’s one constant — April the giraffe is still pregnant.

The Animal Adventure Park in Binghampton, New York began a constant live stream of the 15-year-old giraffe on Feb. 22, promising that she could give birth at any moment. But nearly three weeks later, April still has yet to give birth to her baby.

Here’s a short list of everything April’s baby has missed since Adventure Park started its live stream.

-NASA announced it discovered 7 Earth-like planets

- April’s live stream was taken down for nudity and sexual content

-Thousands were evacuated from floods in northern California

-The Trump administration rescinded transgender bathroom guidelines

-Democratic National Committee elected Tom Perez as new chairman

-Actor Bill Paxton died

-Dozens were injured in a car accident at Mardi Gras in New Orleans

-In perhaps the strangest moment in Oscars history, Moonlight was named best picture

-SpaceX announced it will send two civilians to space

-President Trump made his first address to Congress

-A baby giraffe was born at the Denver Zoo

-Tornadoes killed three people in the Midwest

-All 30 MLB teams reported to Spring Training and began playing games

-Attorney General Jeff Sessions said he would recuse himself from federal investigations into 2016 election
- A mass grave full of children was found in Ireland

-NBA player Russell Westbrook scored 520 points in 16 games for the Oklahoma City Thunder. He's also recorded 10 triple doubles during that span.

- President Trump accused President Obama of tapping his phones without proof. The Senate intelligence committee conducted an investigation and also found no evidence.

- A pregnant woman posted a viral video impersonating April. Her video has been viewed 300 million times. She also gave birth to her own baby.

-President Trump signed new travel ban from six Muslim-majority nations. Judges in Hawaii and Maryland issued rulings that blocked the ban from taking place. 

-NBA player Andrew Bogut signed with the Cleveland Cavaliers and broke his leg, ending his season

-Republicans finally revealed a replacement plan for Obamacare — and promptly pulled the bill a few weeks later when it didn't garner enough support.

-A giraffe died at a North Carolina Zoo

-The Trump administration asked 46 Obama-era prosecutors to resign

-The Department of Labor announced the country added 227,000 jobs in January.

-The 68-team field for the NCAA Tournament was announced, and now only four teams remain: Gonzaga, North Carolina, Oregon and South Carolina.

-A nor'easter blanketed the east coast in snow.

-Spring officially sprung

-The United Kingdom announced it when it would officially 'Brexit' from the European Union

-JCPenney announced it would close more than 100 stores across thew country.

-Rock 'N Roll legend Chuck Berry died at the age of 90

-President Trump introduced a ban on electronic devices larger than a cell phone from flights arriving from eight countries.

-Five people, including the assailant, were killed in a terrorist attack in London.

April has been pregnant for 15 months, and has been in labor throughout the live stream, though the Adventure Park says that her “active labor” phase will last only about 30 minutes. Her new baby with be her fourth calf.

April’s baby is expected to weigh 150 pounds and stand 6-feet tall.

Alex Hider is a writer for the E.W. Scripps National Desk. Follow him on Twitter @alexhider.