(CBSNew York/AP) — The owner of a New York zoo planning to live-stream a giraffe giving birth said the video feed was briefly removed from You Tube because animal rights activists labeled it sexually explicit.“When they see positive attention and they think we’re profiting off of it they do anything in their power to shut that down,” Patch told 1010 WINS.Y., said, "This is the perfect example of why we can't have nice things." According to Patch, millions of viewers were briefly prevented from watching April the giraffe give birth to her fourth calf because some users reported to You Tube that the footage was pornographic.SEE IT: Bald eagle parents say hello to New Year's Eve eaglet The park's first video feed was reportedly removed, while a second attempt was stopped. (AP) -- The owner of a New York zoo planning to live-stream a giraffe giving birth says the video feed was briefly removed from You Tube because animal rights activists labeled it sexually explicit.In a video posted on the zoo's Facebook page, Patch blamed "a handful of extremists and animal rights activists" for interrupting the stream from the "giraffe cam." The live stream resumed on You Tube later Thursday morning.“Their efforts have created a media blitz we could not have even anticipated, my day has been spent on the phone non-stop giving interviews around the country and it’s gaining more popularity.
Web-based services use Raven when they need to to know who in the University is using them.But owner Jordan Patch says You Tube removed the feed early Thursday after someone reported it was explicit and contained nudity.In a video posted on the zoo’s Facebook page, Patch blamed “a handful of extremists and animal rights activists” for interrupting the stream from the “giraffe cam.” The live stream resumed on You Tube later Thursday morning.Animal Adventure Park posted this update to Facebook: “Cam Down – We are aware.Receiving 2,000 emails to tell us it’s down, only slows us and the computers down.