Baby Animals in the Wild
A playfully narrated look at a day in the life of a range of adorable baby animal species in their natural environments around the globe.
Directed byMichael Burton
S01:E01 - Forest Babies
Our day is taking place in the forests of the world. We see grizzly bear cubs, baby gibbons and owl chicks among the many babies featured who live in the forest.
S01:E02 - Beach Babies
Our day is taking place alongside some of the beaches of the world, checking out the non-stop action both on shore and further out to sea.
S01:E03 - African Savanna Babies
Our day is taking us on to the vast African Savanna. With its endless grass plains, leafy acacias and tropical climate its one of the richest environments on Earth, supporting millions of animals. Among them we see featured baby elephants, lion cubs, and wildebeest calves.
S01:E04 - Snow Babies
This day takes place in some of the coldest regions on the planet. Polar bear cubs, penguin chicks, fox kits, and elk calves are among the many animals featured.
S01:E05 - Jungle Babies
Our day is taking place in some of the jungles of the world. Chimpanzees, orangutans and elephants feature.
S01:E06 - Desert Babies
Today we visit some of the deserts and dry areas of the world. Coyote pups, meerkats, and baby bison are some of the animals that are featured.
S01:E07 - Mountain Babies
This day is spent high in the mountains of the world. Rock climbing goats and mountain lions are among the animals that are featured.
S01:E08 - Australian Babies
Today we are in the wilds of Australia exploring the outback, the bush and even its beaches. Among the babies we see kangaroo joeys, platypuses and koalas.
S01:E09 - Grassland Babies
Today's episode takes place in the grasslands of the world. We see Lynx kittens, a wild foal, and baby mongooses among other animals featured.
S01:E10 - Wetland Babies
This day takes place in some of the wetlands of the world with cygnets and baby crocodiles among the babies featured.
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