Duane Strauss learns how children train to take part in triathlons and what they like about the sport.
Kellyn Morris visits Brisbane's Houndog Day Care and learns how Leah and Angela O'Meara take care of other people's pets.
Scott Bidmead feeds the spider monkeys at Gorge Wildlife Park and learns about the zoo's breeding program.
Leela Varghese meets Debbie Myers of Decha Cattery and learns about unique characteristics of sphynx cats and how they got to be hairless.
Totally Wild learns how to saddle a horse from Jess at the McIntyre Centre riding school.
Frank Low shows Kellyn Morris how vets diagnose health problems with horses using ultrasounds and Xrays.
Leela Varghese takes on Operation Blackhawk's Battlefield Challenge and learns the importance of warming up, teamwork and taking on challenges.
Courtney Wilkie dashes around the Wakefield Park track with Golden Era Auto Racing, after learning what classic car enthusiasts love about their vintage vehicles.
Natalie Hunter visits Ballarat Wildlife Park's rare alpine dingo puppies and learns why the zoo was surprised by their birth.
Scott Bidmead visits Windamere Horse Haven to see the good work they're doing to rehabilitate neglected and abused horses.
Stacey Thomson meets the cottontopped tamarins at Queensland Zoo and learns about the conservation of one of the world's smallest primates.
Andre Meyer describes how to care for young geese and tell the difference between males and females, in a report where Ella employs many gooserelated cliches and idioms.
Talented young Aussie rules football players at Glenelg Football Club put Seamus Evans through the training drills they do in their coaching clinic.
Seamus Evans describes the unique characteristics of geckos, including why they lick their eyes and drop their tails.
Duane Strauss gets advice from the Daisy Hill Koala Centre about how to make your home safer for koalas when you're sharing your environment with them.
Ella Germein meets the dolphins at Tangalooma Island Resort to learn how they are birthed and when it's okay to interact with the mammals.
Totally Wild meets the team behind the Save the Bilby Fund to learn about their campaign to save the endangered marsupials.
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