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Baby Animals In The Wild Season 2

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Season 02, Episode 01 Surrogate Families

S02 E01

Feb 2, 2018
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Surrogate Families Feb 2, 2018 Losing a parent in the wild can be deadly for young animals, but these orphans got lucky when conservationists stepped in. Meet clouded leopard cub sisters taken in by the Nashville Zoo, a baby wombat raised in an artificial pouch at Tasmania's Bonorong Wildlife Sanctuary, and more.

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Season 02, Episode 02 Herd Mentality

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Feb 6, 2018
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Herd Mentality Feb 6, 2018 For many animals, group living offers protection, better food, and more social opportunities. For their young, it's a valuable education. From flamboyant flamingo mating dances, to elephant calves growing up under the watchful eye of the group matriarch, peer into some of nature's most tight-knit social groups.

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S02 E03

Jan 1, 1970
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Endangered Species Jan 1, 1970 From the southern white rhino to the critically endangered Sulawesi macaque, it's a very special thing when threatened species give birth.

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Season 02, Episode 04 Joined At The Hip

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Jan 1, 1970
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Joined At The Hip Jan 1, 1970 Meet adorable animal babies and the clans that care for them, including a koala joey, elk twins and a litter of Asian short-clawed otters.

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Season 02, Episode 05 Ugly Cute

S02 E05

Jan 1, 1970
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Ugly Cute Jan 1, 1970 Not all baby animals are sweet - some are downright ugly. Meet the youngsters that are a little harder on the eye, For them, it's their bad looks that keep them alive.

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Season 02, Episode 06 Primate Families

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Mar 2, 2018
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Primate Families Mar 2, 2018 From crowned lemurs to Bornean orangutans, the higher we move up the primate family tree, the closer their behavior mimics our own--especially when it comes to family and raising young. Peer into the astonishing adaptations that highlight the lengths primates will go to preserve and build family bonds.

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