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In this episode of Totally Wild there's dog walking tips, an African animal quiz, why we shouldn't feed ducks bread and find out how much exercise you should be doing every day and the health benefits it brings.
Visit a hospital for native Australian wildlife. Sail Sydney Harbour on a tall ship, and find out how rock climbing and raft building can build team morale.
In this episode of Totally Wild, find out how science research is saving our native wildlife. High school students survey bushland for evidence of bandicoots to help the University of Queensland with their research. A scientific researcher looks into how cows react to having koalas nearby as he suspects cattle are a threat to koalas. Also, learn about cockatoo and parrot behaviour, and why frogs are so special because they are bioindicators.
This episode we're talking survival of the fittest. Alex and Kellyn are going head-to-head in an epic obstacle course challenge. Plus, Duane's playing patient for some paramedics in training.
Take a trip to the vet with some ducklings, learn some water saving tips plus meet some brushtail possums and other baby orphaned animals at a wildlife rescue centre.
Learn all about the cute marsupial, the sugar glider and different kinds of animal morning routines depending on whether they are nocturnal, crepuscular, diurnal or cathemeral. Jack and Brooke hang out with giant Bernese mountain dogs and their puppies. Stacey learns about the importance of wildlife sanctuaries for koalas and Jesse finds out why agistment is important for horses.
In this episode of Totally Wild there's motor racing with off road buggies, a behind the scenes visit to a TV show to find out what a production designer does on the set of The Bureau of Magical Things and a trip to doggy high school. Plus, there's spider hunting and a look at food production in a biscuit factory.
Learn how young citizen scientists are helping researchers by taking photos of mangroves to track the health of them over time. Em attends a pottery art class to make a birthday gift for a friend and learns all about the history of clay pottery and pots. Brooke learns about aquaculture at a prawn farm.
In this special episode of Totally Wild we learn all about the Quandamooka people of the Minjerribah region and how their traditions and culture are being passed on to the younger generations of this ancient Aboriginal group.
Brooke finds out why some dogs are better at herding sheep and cattle on farms than others. Jesse spends time at a cheer leading academy. Stacey visits a haven for native Australian bees where she learns how to attract native bees in your garden.
In today’s episode of Totally Wild, Jesse visits a sheep dairy to find out how cheese is made and Stacey spends time at the Australian Reptile Park with the venomous snakes and spiders.
The Totally Wild team works up a sweat at a trampoline centre, teaches us why some animals dig burrows and spends time with Komodo dragons.
In this episode of Totally Wild there's indoor rock climbing and trampolines plus some tips on how to limit social media usage and we get to see some incredible sand sculptures.
The Totally Wild team take part in a challenge to clean up sand dunes and reduce erosion by picking up rubbish, removing weeds and planting natives. Kids Helpline has some tips for dealing with worry and anxiety. Plus, go behind the scenes to see how graphics, sound effects, voiceovers and editing all come together to make a television show.
In this episode of Totally Wild, we learn about go kart racing, how artificial intelligence and go pros come together to research marine life in Queensland and how threatened Tasmanian Devil populations are being preserved.
In this episode of Totally Wild we learn about tree kangaroos, what it takes to be a female Aussie Rules football rookie and Em goes behind the scenes with Cirque du Soleil.
Meet a reticulated python and find out what it takes to become a qualified veterinarian. Em learns all about fenceless farming with some goats, cows, sheep and more farm animals.
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