Isla looks at the science of aerodynamics and gravity while indoor skydiving. Em attempts to juggle. Jesse visits Australia's biggest butterfly sanctuary. Learn how magicians appear to make something levitate. Stacey investigates alternatives to putting waste in landfill when she visits the recycling market.
Jesse gets to feed some crocodiles in Cairns. Em spends time at a school that is aiming to 'rewild' their outdoor space by making safe spaces for wildlife such as lizards with the help of Jane Goodall's 'Roots and Shoots' program. Meet some circus performers from Aerial Angels. Learn about the great things being done by the Butchulla indigenous land and sea rangers to clean up the environment.
Find out how elite aerial skiers prepare for the Winter Olympics when they live in a place with no snow! Em goes to a school where they are learning about ancient Greece and the ancient Olympic games. Isla tries out some unusual instruments including the jaw harp and a singing bowl.
Jesse goes to the Great Barrier Reef with some young citizen scientists. Em spends time with some adorable rescued sugar gliders and squirrel gliders. Jacks gets some golfing tips at the driving range. Isla hangs out with some mountain bikers. Stacey gets to feed some red pandas.
Stacey's in the Land of the Long White Cloud and checking out the scenery, sports, and animals that make New Zealand so unique.
Who you gonna call when you're in a sticky situation? The team will always be there to get you out of a pinch.
Meet a bulldog named Sergeant who is also a social media star. Find out what stingrays eat and how they eat. Watch the amazing sport of para ice hockey and meet competitors such as Celia who enjoys getting back into team sport after becoming paralysed due to a stroke. Take a tour of the Gympie flexible learning centre. Em meets a seal pup and a brolga.
Jesse tries his hand at some acrobatic circus skills. Robert Irwin takes us on a tour around Australia Zoo. Isla learns about the percussion instrument, the hang drum. Em attempts to befriend a wombat.
Meet a special kind of owl that is only found in the wild on the Tiwi Islands and find out what adaptations make owls excellent predators. Jesse shares some of his ideas for new inventions with the Little Big Idea competition champion. Em finds out how to behave around snakes.
In this episode of Totally Wild, spend time with young people training for Ironman and Ironwoman competitions, watch a traditional Japanese dancing class, complete with cherry blossoms and kimonos. Watch a lungfish being fed and meet a phasmid, or leaf insect as they are commonly known. Stacey learns all about a junior leadership program run by army veterans.
Jesse helps out with the release of rehabilitated sea turtles into the ocean. Jack meets members of a school 'Sustainability squad'. Em spends time cooking with kids in the kitchen. Jesse has a ball with some special Olympics table tennis players. Have you ever found an injured baby bird? Stacey tells us what to do if this happens. Plus, find out how to spot and be safe around bluebottle jellyfish.
Leela tells us all about the diverse group of creatures known as invertebrates and we learn why they are so important for our ecosystem. Jesse visits 'The Farm' in Byron Bay. High School students in South Australia help scientists trap birds and collect data from the Mt Lofty ranges where woodland has been regenerating after being cleared for farming many years ago. A rottweiler visits the vet and Lily mees some adorable baby microbats. Plus, see how people with mobility issues can benefit from exercising underwater with the help of scuba equipment.
Guest reporter Milan shows us around a special effects makeup school where make up school students are doing their prosthetic makeup assessment. Stacey spends time with some wildlife rescuers and finds out why it is important to preserve nature corridors around our urban environments. Em learns how to spot a rip at the beach. Jesse finds out what it takes to make a didgeridoo.
Em goes flying with the RAAF as they practice mid air refueling of two super hornet jets. Ranger Tim tells us all about cassowaries. Jesse goes skateboarding on the sand!
Em spends time at a gymnastics club with some members who have disabilities and also compete, coach and help younger members. Go backstage at a skipping competition. Celebrate world lion day and learn about wombats.
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In this episode of Totally Wild there's basketball, hungry penguins,junior police rangers, bongo drums and ukuleles.
Learn how to look after a clydesdale horse, find out why animal skin was used to make an early form of paper in medieval times and go behind the scenes at the RSPCA vet school. Plus, go on a camel ride with Stacey and learn about tumbling, a form of gymnastics.
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