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This docuseries ramps up the cuteness by presenting the most adorable of the baby animals born in zoos. Footage of the cute babies begins at birth and continues through their sometimes awkward young lives, and the cute pictures are backed up with interesting facts about the species presented.

Zoo Babies is a series that is currently running and has 1 seasons (13 episodes). The series first aired on October 9, 2009.

Zoo Babies is available for streaming on the website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Zoo Babies on demand atAmazon Prime, Amazon online.

1 Season, 13 Episodes
October 9, 2009
Nature Documentary & Biography
Cast: Lyndal Davies
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Zoo Babies Full Episode Guide

  • Visit a baby chimp at Sydney's Toronga Zoo; an Indian village which has adopted an abandoned sloth bear cub; and see a couple of twin chimpanzees which were a surprise to the Israeli zoo they live in, with the keepers unaware the twins' mother was even pregnant!

  • This time on our tour of the world's zoos and wildlife parks, we get to meet a lot of cheeky monkeys - including a chimpanzee who can paint! Also, we check on a baby koala separated from his mother as she was ill, and looked after by dedicated keepers at Sydney's Toronga Zoo.

  • Watch with us as thousands of Olive Ridley Turtle babies find their way into the sea off the coast of India with the help of conservationists and concerned volunteers. Also, find out how zoo keepers in Madrid endeavor to help their animals keep cool during the long, hot summer.

  • First we check in on two green sea turtles, which were found washed up on a beach, and have been resting at Sydney's Zoo and Aquarium until they are ready to be released into the wild. Then we visit Sumatran tiger cubs - also in Australia - which are one of the most endangered tiger species on Earth.

  • We take a look at the cute and cuddly new arrivals at zoos in the United States and around the world; including South America, Washington, Florida, Germany, Ireland and London. Also, talented zoo artist Pip McGarry paints a lifelike portrait of the giraffes.

  • A small army of zoo experts were sent to a German zoo to count everything from pink flamingos to fish. Have you ever tried counting a wall-sized tank of fish, constantly moving about? The elephants pose a different problem - how to measure them using a large ruler and piece of string?

  • From rare white tigers in the Netherlands, to animals singing Jingle Bells, we take a continuing look at the cute and cuddly cubs and chicks from zoos spanning the globe.

  • We visit countries such as Hungary, Denmark, Australia, Thailand and India to capture the various new editions to their famous zoos. Watch baby orangutans learn how to use a computer, and discover why hippos are considered one of the most dangerous animals in Africa.

  • We look at the strange and exotic newcomers to zoos and wildlife parks around the world, including Munster Zoo in Germany, where an orphaned Gorilla is being raised by her keepers to adulthood. And meet Esperanza, a baby Giraffe with ingrown "toenails"!

  • A continuing look at the young of many different zoo animals from around the world, encompassing Copenhagen, South Korea, Africa, Tokyo, Washington, San Diego and West Java Zoological Gardens. See a zoo try to count, weigh and measure their animals - just how does one count a flock of flamingos on the move?

  • Looks at the lives of baby animals raised in the zoos of the world and how their keepers ensure that they are brought up in a manner asclose as possible to their natural habitat. The zoos featured range from San Diego California, to Sydney's Toronga Zoo