A young snow leopard cub is having difficulty walking and at risk of permanent disability. And, the zoo keepers prepare a new exhibit enclosure for gazelles.
26-year old polar bear, Tundra, is one of the zoo's favourite inhabitants. But, after his behaviour changes, keepers are worried about signs of disease.
Armani the Aardvark suffers from a mouth infection which seems to only get worse every day. Plus, the brown bears keep digging up and destroying their exhibit.
Keepers help out 14-year-old Dave, a kangaroo suffering with arthritis. Plus, the keepers struggle to keep critically endangered Indian gharial from fighting.
A female slow loris has weight problems that stop her from becoming pregnant. Keepers take the penguin colony for a CT scan and an ocopy has pain in his hooves.
A young otter, Monty, has trouble chewing his food after a potential tooth infection. Plus, the keepers share how they care for the zoo's three female elephants.
The keepers introduce the male and female Komodo dragons with the hope they'll procreate. The team train the loveable squirrel monkeys and vaccinate the inca terns.
The keepers attempt to train Jackson, a golden eagle, for the educational programmes. Plus, the team shares the characteristics of a pack of African wild dogs.
When two tigers are introduced as potential mates, it doesn't go as smoothly as keepers had hoped. Meanwhile, a pair of African porcupines arrive at the zoo!
Surgery on a silverback gorilla's broken canine proves to be a serious medical issue. Plus, dozens of venomous tarantulas keep the staff on their toes.