A red bellied black, a death adder and a tiger snake.... just a few little hurdles Pip encounters on her quest to eat a lolly snake. It's time to find out the difference between venomous and non venomous!
Natalie tells us everything we wanted to know about the Hippopotamus and then some.
It was meant to be a story on Australia's only two resident flamingos, but when Col arrived they were both asleep! Imagine how grumpy they were when Col woke them up...
Adam discovers exactly why the African lovebird is called a lovebird.
LABRADOR QUARANTINE DOG
Traditionally, beagles have been the breed of choice for the nose-worthy job of a quarantine detector dog, but times are changing, and Sean meets a member of the new class; Keegan the Labrador.
QUIZZIN WITH COXY - SHARKS TEETH
How sharp are you when it comes to Sharks? Could you guess how many teeth are in the jaws of a great white?
BUSH DETECTIVE: IDENTIFICATION
Now it's pretty easy to identify an animal when you're staring it right in the face; but what if the clues were a little more bit more cryptic. Would you be able to tell what an animal is from its footprint, left over skin or its poo? Well stay tuned, because we are about to find out how to be Bush Detectives!
DEADLY AUSTRALIANS: REDBACK SPIDER
Col introduces us to another Deadly Australian - the Redback Spider.
Tess meets the only two Palm Cockatoo's in captivity in Australia at Adelaide Zoo.
ASK DR CHRIS - SIAMESE FIGHTING FISH
The Bondi Vet, Dr Chris Brown, chats with Nat about Siamese Fighting Fish.
Adam meets twins Bridgette and Paula, tireless wildlife carers dedicated to rescuing and rehabilitating injured pelicans and other seabirds. We look at a typical day in the busy lives of the twins, and find out exactly how much work goes into nursing a pelican back to health.
THE GREAT DEBATE - WHICH ANIMAL IS THE LAZIEST?
The Great Debate pits the words, wisdom and wit of two TW presenters (Natalie and Adam) against each other. Which animal is the laziest? Is it the slow moving sloth or sleepy Koala?
Racers start your engines it's TW WOW time as Adam lives out his boyhood dream and learns how to fly a Tiger ARH helicopter in a hi-tech simulator and Pip gets a lesson in animatronic monster making from Academy Award winner John Cox.
Nat meets the inhabitants of Melbourne Zoo's new seal enclosure. Including a talking seal!
WHAT'S BUGGING YOU: NEEDLE BUG
Sean answers a viewers email about an insect she found swimming around her backyard pool. It turns out that this aquatic insect is known as a needle bug.
Stacey introduces us to Amisi, a baby baboon. A baboon's bottom may not be cute but this baby is adorable.
AUSTRALIAN NATIVE BIRDS
When it comes to looking after your pet parrot, there all sorts of things you need to consider. So imagine how much work would be involved in taking care of 100 parrots! Well, no need to imagine - Col's going to show you!
QUIZZIN WITH COXY - ANIMAL GEOGRAPHY
Do you know what country most animals come from? Adam's ready to put you to the test!
There is nothing more exciting than welcoming a new member into the family, especially when they are the fun furry kind. So Tess investigates how you can tell if your new little mate will be the right one for you?
At a loss for words? Expand your vocabulary with these unique terms from some of Australia's 300 Indigenous languages.