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Season 1 / Episode 16 and airs on 08 June 2020 17:30
Kate Humble and Ben Fogle are back at Britain's first safari park.
Keepers have their fingers crossed that their European wolves will mate, a love triangle develops among the penguins, and goats are recruited to keep a lonely elephant company.
A blossoming friendship between two giraffes takes a dark turn as a calf develops a life-threatening blood clot. Meanwhile, an orphaned penguin forced to overcome a disability.
Keeper Tina tries to help a massive moose under attack from some pesky birds and Kate Humble is drafted in to help play cupid for a lovelorn emu.
Kate Humble and Ben Fogle catch up on the love stories at Longleat Safari Park. Today, there's huge excitement amongst the carnivore team as it seems the European wolves, captured mating previously, have given birth to pups. However, wolves are notoriously secretive so keeping an eye on these new arrivals is far from easy. Plus, love is in the air as two long-lost otters are reunited.
Ben Fogle and Kate Humble revisit dramatic events at Longleat. Kate visits the red panda maternity suite, Alfie the gorilla has surgery to address a recurring infection on his jaw, and the park goes into lockdown after reports of an escaped animal. Back in Animal Adventure, Jean Johansson checks in with keeper Kim and Orville the corn snake.
Keepers battle to get the rhinos to take a skin soothing mud bath, and the vets must get to the root of Arabella the South East Asian binturong's anger issues.
Vets must try and repair the hands of Maurice and Angelo, two injured ring-tail lemurs. Elsewhere, the keepers are on standby as a seahorse gives birth.
A mystery illness has the keepers worried about Kaiser the giraffe, and the whole team is on tenterhooks as the future of the entire herd hangs in the balance.
Ben Fogle and Kate Humble revisit dramatic events at Longleat. The wallabies have gone walk about, Jean Johansson meets some poisonous lizards and world class vets come to assist in saving the rhinos from extinction.
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