SPECTRUM NEWS VIDEO: It's been a giraffe-filled year for Animal Adventure Park -- best known for being home to April the Giraffe, Oliver and Tajiri. 

Children had plenty to do: trick-or-treat, pet the animals, and of course -- feed the giraffes. 

Since April's pregnancy became a phenomenon, the zoologist says the past year has been a whirlwind.

"We've seen record numbers here at the park and while the numbers aren't in it's been an incredible year, not only for us, but also the giraffes. We've seen visitors locally, across the U.S. and across the globe that we've been able to educate not only on giraffes and their conservation but the rest of the species we have here at the park," said Allysa Swilley, the Animal Adventure Park zoologist.

The park will reopen November 25 for a holiday event.