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Secrets of the Zoo goes behind the scenes at The Columbus Zoo and Aquarium in Ohio, one of the largest and most popular zoos in the country. In this one-hour series, veterinarian extraordinaire Dr. Priya Bapodra and the zoo staff provide medical care to animals, recover and rehabilitate rescued animals, work to preserve endangered species, and educate the public through its animal ambassador program.

Secrets of the Zoo is a Documentary & Biography, Reality series that is currently running and has 4 seasons (38 episodes). The series first aired on July 29, 2018. It has mostly positive reviews from critics and viewers, who have given it an IMDb score of 8.3.

Secrets of the Zoo is available for streaming on the Nat Geo Wild website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Secrets of the Zoo on demand at Disney+, Amazon, Hulu, National Geographic, Vudu, FuboTV, Microsoft Movies & TV, Google Play, iTunes online.

Sunday 9:00 PM et/pt on Nat Geo Wild
4 Seasons, 38 Episodes
July 29, 2018
Documentary & Biography, Reality
8.3/10
Cast: Mocean Melvin
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Secrets of the Zoo Full Episode Guide

  • Baby time at the zoo. Meeting adorable baby goats, flamingo chicks and a sweet gazelle kid.

  • The flamingos need annual exams, which means chaos at The Columbus Zoo. Meanwhile, two adorable orphaned manatees arrive at the zoo in preparation for their return to the wild, and a cute baby deer has a wobbly start at The Wilds.

  • A cheetah fights for its life against a mysterious and debilitating illness, and an elephant is artificially inseminated.

  • The ZooTampa team prepares the animals for the wintry Florida weather.

  • As the animals at the zoo get older, the vets deal with different medical mysteries.

  • At the Columbus Zoo, a beloved manatee is released back into the wild.

  • The zoo vets see both big and small animals for their annual exams, including a gorilla celebrating a milestone birthday.

  • The zoo makes room for new orphaned babies while other babies explore their new turf.

  • At the Columbus Zoo, animals line up for extensive dental and oral exams.

  • Two of the zoo's cats receive some high-tech assistance in the baby-making department.

  • A herd of donkeys is wrangled into the barn for its annual checkup.

  • A monkey shows its true colors during a dental exam, and the team gives a huge female bison a physical.

  • The team teaches baby otters to swim before they make their television debut. A cougar’s future gets brighter with some expert eye care.

  • Iconic Australian animal arrivals make quite an impression with their unexpected screeching. Also, a rare mountain goat birth is observed as keepers hike and crawl over fences and bushes to bear witness. Separately, 10 deer fawn babies are born.

  • A chimpanzee is given a whole new lease on life under the care of the zoo vets, while a beaver has a gigantic tooth problem.

  • Staff members at Columbus Zoo and The Wilds are counting down the days until spring.

  • An aging nanny goat fights for its life and a pregnant rhino prepares to give birth.

  • An Asian takin calf hangs on for dear life; a very grumpy tiger arrives at the zoo.

  • A litter of orphaned wild dogs seeks acceptance from the pack leader, and a 44-year-old orangutan has a birthday bash.