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The Wildlife Docs takes viewers inside the work of zoologicalprofessionals -- including veterinarians, technicians and trainers -- at BuschGardens Tampa, as they care for thousands of exotic animals whose home is thepopular tourist destination. The series showcases everything from preventive care to ground-breaking medical procedures, giving viewers theopportunity to observe what the millions of people who visit Bush Gardens eachyear rarely get to see. The hostess of the weekly half-hour series is actressRachel Reenstra.
A mysterious disease affects the lions of Kidepo Valley National Park.
An amazing wild gorilla family; gorilla babies learn to climb trees in the jungle.
Two snakes have health issues; one hyena has an infected tooth, and another needs emergency surgery.
The newest addition to an aardvark family; eye surgery for a kudu.
A cotton-top tamarin has diabetes; guest doctors offer specialized expertise.
The newest member of the western lowland gorilla troupe grows from a baby, to crawling, to walking.
The Uganda Wildlife Authority tries to heal endangered Rothschild's giraffes from skin lesions; a mysterious illness affects the lions of Kidepo; mountain gorillas.
Baby penguins, lemurs, rhino, tigers, lions and cheetahs all get bigger and bigger
A greater bush baby has kidney issues; a sloth has a baby.
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