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Life at the DeYoung Family Zoo.

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aired 5 days ago
The zoo's largest new arrival, Wallace, a hippo, is on its way from Jakarta, Indonesia.
aired 5 days ago
An inbred white tiger must be neutered; Carrie makes accommodations for a potbellied pig; Bud searches for a short in the 10-mile-long electric fence.
aired 5 days ago
The DeYoung Family Zoo prepares to welcome a baby hippopotamus; Carrie Cramer and her team perform a rescue at the home of a cat hoarder.
aired 5 days ago
Life at DeYoung Family Zoo in Michigan's Upper Peninsula includes the rescue and rehabilitation of exotic animals and local wildlife.

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