Next Episode of Andy's Safari Adventures is
Wildlife series for children presented by Andy Day.
When the temperature of the African penguin enclosure accidentally gets lowered, Jen must correct it immediately, but she can't remember what the correct temperature was. To the rescue comes Andy, who jets off in his safari-mobile, heading to Africa to discover the correct temperature that makes African penguin chicks hatch from their eggs.
When a weaver ant nest arrives damaged, Andy must stick it back together - but how? He jets off in his safari-mobile to Australia, discovering how weaver ants build their nests and what they use to stick the leaves together. Will Andy succeed? And will he get back to Safari World before Mr Hammond notices the other nest was destroyed?
When Mr Hammond's animal photos from a trip to Rio de Janeiro are destroyed, Andy jets off in his safari-mobile, heading back to Brazil to take some new ones. Along the way, he takes to the skies with a burrowing owl and helps a young marmoset who's lost in the city to find his family. Will Andy get the photos he needs before Mr Hammond notices?
When Mr Hammond inadvertently eats all the mangosteen fruit that was meant for the new treeshrews, it's up to Andy to find some more. Jetting off in his safari-mobile, Andy heads to the rainforests of Borneo in search of a treeshrew and its favourite food, mangosteens. Along the way, Andy comes face to face with a tree snake and some hungry wild pigs.
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