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Amazing Animal Births is a six-part series in which zoologist Lucy Cooke will be witnessing the miracle of life as she sees first-hand the incredible bond between a mother and her offspring - that extraordinary moment when a little baby comes into a huge world.From alligators, alpacas and gorillas, to guinea pigs, tapirs and lions, Lucy will be there as these animal babies embark on their amazing new adventures.

Genres: Nature
Station: ITV (GB)
Rating: 0/10 from 0 users
Status: Running
Start: 2017-06-12

Amazing Animal Births Air Dates


S01E03 - Episode 3 Air Date: 26 June 2017 20:00 -

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It's the third episode, Lucy heads to a farm in Leicestershire to help out with a somewhat tricky calving.There she meets farmer Martin Smith, who runs a herd of 170 dairy cows, and he's woken up to find a two-year-old first-time mum calving. 145 calves have already been born over the Summer, and Lucy is hoping to witness number 146 come into the world.


S01E04 - Episode 4 Air Date: 03 July 2017 20:00 -

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In episode four, Lucy Cooke heads to an Alpaca farm where she helps with some complicated deliveries, and she meets the woman who has over 300 guinea pigs and our cameras capture the latest new arrivals being born.


S01E05 - Episode 5 Air Date: 10 July 2017 20:00 -

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This week, Lucy gets a front row seat at a pig farm as Gobby the sow pops out sixteen healthy piglets, and in Yorkshire she learns more about the breeding of the stunning barn owl.


S01E06 - Episode 6 Air Date: 17 July 2017 20:00 -

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In the last of the series, Lucy Cooke meets Carron the Shire horse as she becomes a mum for the ninth time, and at Blackpool Zoo, we meet lioness Rachel as she becomes a mum against all odds for the first time.

Amazing Animal Births Actors

Lucy Cooke(Presenter)



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