Nature's Miracle Babies

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Nature's Miracle Babies: Spix, Sifaka, Numbat, Wallaby
Spix, Sifaka, Numbat, Wallaby
Season 1  |  Episode 4  |  ABC  |  January 17, 2012
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In the fourth episode, Martin journeys to Tenerife where he meets the world's rarest parrot, the Spix's macaw, which now only survives in captivity and has to be hand-reared. In America, a baby sifaka lemur fights for life when infection strikes. Martin travels to South Australia, where a critically endangered wallaby has to fly almost 1000 kilometres to find a new mother, while a group of baby numbats - stripy marsupials with tongues half the length of their bodies - are taking their first steps to freedom in the forests of Western Australia.

In the fourth episode, Martin journeys to Tenerife where he meets the world's rarest parrot, the Spix's macaw, which now only survives in captivity and has to be hand-reared. In America, a baby sifaka lemur fights for life when infection strikes. Martin travels to South Australia, where a critically endangered wallaby has to fly almost 1000 kilometres to find a new mother, while a group of baby numbats - stripy marsupials with tongues half the length of their bodies - are taking their first steps to freedom in the forests of Western Australia.

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