Next Episode of Secrets of the Zoo: North Carolina is
North Carolina is home to the world's largest zoo, with 2,600 acres, large natural habitats and more than 1,800 animals in its care. The show features several Zoo staff, including keepers and veterinarians, and highlight stories, including routine animal husbandry, emergency procedures and the Zoo's work in conservation and rescue and release of injured wildlife
Zoo keepers prepare for a chimp birth, vets investigate a bear's mystery illness and a dangerous antelope is darted on the zoo's grasslands habitat.
At the North Carolina Zoo a gorilla has emergency dental surgery, vets examine a deadly rattlesnake and zoo keepers try to take blood from a lion's tail.
Zookeepers prepare for the birth of a white rhino; two young lions leave the pride; and a pair of cannibalistic snakes go on some risky dates.
The zoo hopes for a polar-bear pregnancy; two endangered red wolves go on a blind date; and a young elephant gets some unusual treatment.
The zoo welcomes a timid, new giraffe to the herd; a pregnant bat prepares to give birth; and devoted keepers give an epileptic chimp a better life.
The doctors at the North Carolina Zoo are swamped! A huge alligator, with a history of illness, needs blood drawn, and a ferocious lioness goes under the knife to remove a cracked tooth.
Keepers hope for a long-awaited sand cat kitten; a nervous puffin chick learns to swim; and rescued black bear cubs prepare for life outside the zoo.
Zoo vets treat seven pythons; orphaned otter pups go to fish school; and keepers rush to help Arctic foxes with mysterious injuries.
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