At Georgia Aquarium, every birth, egg laid or hatched is very special to its staff. These meaningful experiences enrich the lives of the team who care for these animals and the guests who visit each day.
A curious and active box turtle goes for his daily walk and two wobbegong sharks are due for a check-up. Plus, the staff prepare for puffin breeding season.
Nandi, the aquarium's smallest manta ray, is due for her annual check-up, and some young ruddy ducks arrive at the aquarium and are introduced to their new habitat.
Two African penguins have been together for 25 years, but one is now having problems with his eyes. Plus, a piranha needs surgery on his mouth.
Trainers get two rescued sea lions ready for eye surgery. Meanwhile, intelligent giant octopus Ophelia needs attention, and the team head to the Bahamas.
A sea otter is rushed to the health centre. Plus, the team are in Key Largo to help the coral restoration project, and Scarlett the sea lion is trained.
A sea lion has tummy trouble and the team feeds him a snack to help them investigate why. Big Mama the guitarfish may be living up to her name.
A rescued sea otter must build his independence after becoming too attached to his best friend; over 50 African penguins are moved for spring cleaning.
After devouring all his tankmate's food, a hungry sea turtle finds a space to eat in peace; two beluga whales are welcomed to their new home.
The staff use laser-equipped cameras to determine just how long Trixie the whale shark is; a shy box turtle makes friends.
The staff are concerned when a beloved African penguin falls mysteriously ill; the aquarium witnesses the annual spawning of an endangered coral species.
One of the blacktip reef sharks isn't eating properly, so the staff try to work out why. And, the aquarium's sea lion, Scarlett, graduates from pup kindergarten.
The team are desperate to find out what is causing Pinkie's, the Asian small-clawed otter, nose to bleed. Plus, baby alligators arrive, and they must learn how to eat.
This aquarium is the only place to house whale sharks in the US, and the team need to do a blood test on one of them. Plus, the team eagerly await a penguin to hatch.
The dive team have a tricky job adding a large fixture into a tank. And, the vets fix a penguin's broken leg - will he recover and get released into the wild?
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