A look at what it takes to feed over 6,000 animals, 7 days a week, 365 days a year at the San Diego Zoo and Safari Park; the eye-popping and sometimes mouth-watering world of feeding time at the zoo.
Two influential zoos in San Diego provide a unique look at their animals, keepers and veterinarians and explain the unique projects that help fund the organisations.
The youngest elephant at the park learns how to use her trunk. An Andean bear is ready to mate, and Jeff searches for the elusive coast patch-nosed snake.
The keepers wave goodbye to two elephant brothers as they start their new adventure at a zoo in Texas. Two African penguin chicks join the colony.
Mek the tiger returns to the zoo after six years. Two shy tree kangaroos are introduced to one another, and the keepers have to move over 100 animals.
A mother panda and her cub are returned to China. A new zebra joins the herd, and a retired elephant tries traditional Chinese medicine to treat her arthritis.
The keepers prepare a high-spirited black rhino for her new life on the open African Plains exhibit. The zoo staff care for a 15-year-old lion and his mate.
Tortoise Jaws isn't well, so the staff work to bring him out of his shell. Two giraffe calves need to be hand-reared, and a koala is ready for a mate.
The Safari Park team release a group of burrowing owls into the wild. Plus, a hamadryas baboon searches for a mate, but the keepers may need to help him.
A baby klipspringer is born on one of the coldest nights of the season and needs to be nursed back to health. Plus, gorilla Joanne turns five years old.
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