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program count: 31
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 24/11/2020  20:00-21:00  (60) 
Orangutan Jungle School
Recent nursery graduates Jelapat, Talaken, Bawan and Rona join their classmates at their new classroom; Dilla unexpectedly gives birth at midnight, but the delivery does not go smoothly.
 24/11/2020  21:00-22:00  (60) 
Hope for Wildlife
Spring patients are ready to return to the wild.
 24/11/2020  22:00-23:00  (60) 
Secrets of Wild Australia
A look into the hidden world of the dingo.
 24/11/2020  23:00-00:00  (60) 
Wildest Survival
The adaptations of extraordinarily large animals.
 25/11/2020  00:00-00:30  (30) 
Wild Workers
Animal scavengers and poachers have their own special abilities; true burglars know how to move stealthily and unnoticed, never give up, be agile, always have the right tools and, in addition, travel lightly and quickly.
 25/11/2020  00:30-01:00  (30) 
Jungle Planet
Forests that grow only on the highest mountain peaks.
 25/11/2020  01:00-02:00  (60) 
Africa's Claws & Jaws
Snakes, spiders, and scorpions comprise some of the most venomous creatures in the world.
 25/11/2020  02:00-03:00  (60) 
Africa's Claws & Jaws
Sharks are some of the oldest predators still living.
 25/11/2020  03:00-04:00  (60) 
Africa's Claws & Jaws
Reptiles have expanded into nearly every habitat in Africa.
 25/11/2020  04:00-05:00  (60) 
Africa's Claws & Jaws
Snakes, spiders, and scorpions comprise some of the most venomous creatures in the world.
 25/11/2020  05:00-06:00  (60) 
Africa's Claws & Jaws
Sharks are some of the oldest predators still living.
 25/11/2020  06:00-07:00  (60) 
Africa's Claws & Jaws
Reptiles have expanded into nearly every habitat in Africa.
 25/11/2020  07:00-08:00  (60) 
Africa's Claws & Jaws
Snakes, spiders, and scorpions comprise some of the most venomous creatures in the world.
 25/11/2020  08:00-09:00  (60) 
Africa's Claws & Jaws
Sharks are some of the oldest predators still living.
 25/11/2020  09:00-10:00  (60) 
Africa's Claws & Jaws
Reptiles have expanded into nearly every habitat in Africa.
 25/11/2020  10:00-11:00  (60) 
Secrets of Wild Australia
A look into the hidden world of the dingo.
 25/11/2020  11:00-11:30  (30) 
A Park for All Seasons
Exploring the only island park in the Canadian Maritimes.
 25/11/2020  11:30-12:00  (30) 
A Park for All Seasons
Canada's largest national park.
 25/11/2020  12:00-12:30  (30) 
Ol Pejeta Diaries
Ol Pejeta Conservancy is Kenya's largest and busiest private game reserve, a vast reserve that covers 85.000 acres and is home to over 15.000 animals, including some of Africa's rarest and most endangered species.
 25/11/2020  12:30-13:00  (30) 
The Big Feed
The National Zoo feeds its animals by growing their own food.
 25/11/2020  13:00-13:30  (30) 
A Park for All Seasons
Exploring the only island park in the Canadian Maritimes.
 25/11/2020  13:30-14:00  (30) 
A Park for All Seasons
Canada's largest national park.
 25/11/2020  14:00-14:30  (30) 
Ol Pejeta Diaries
Ol Pejeta Conservancy is Kenya's largest and busiest private game reserve, a vast reserve that covers 85.000 acres and is home to over 15.000 animals, including some of Africa's rarest and most endangered species.
 25/11/2020  14:30-15:00  (30) 
The Big Feed
The National Zoo feeds its animals by growing their own food.
 25/11/2020  15:00-16:00  (60) 
Land of Primates
Geladas are found among the peaks and plateaus of Ethiopia's Simien Mountains.
 25/11/2020  16:00-17:00  (60) 
Land of Primates
Primates, like lemurs and baboons, display adaptability and resilience in their day-to-day lives on their quest for food and shelter.
 25/11/2020  17:00-18:00  (60) 
Land of Primates
The baboon has adapted to become one of Africa's most successful and dominant primates.
 25/11/2020  18:00-19:00  (60) 
Land of Primates
Red Colobus Monkeys on the island of Zanzibar.
 25/11/2020  19:00-20:00  (60) 
Hope for Wildlife
Hope's team struggles to help two rescued harp seals learn the natural behaviors they will need to survive in the wild.
 25/11/2020  20:00-21:00  (60) 
Africa's Wild Havens
The fruit and flowers from a rare tree in Africa provide sustenance for the animals during the dry season.
 25/11/2020  21:00-22:00  (60) 
Hope for Wildlife
Excitement mounts as Hope's open house approaches; a deer doesn't want to depart.