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The stories of the exotic animals and the people who care for them at the Dublin Zoo.

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Susan continues her trip deep in the Atlantic Rainforest of Brazil to work with the highly endangered Golden Lion Tamarins.
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A lifelong dream comes true for Susan who travels to Brazil to visit endangered Golden Lion Tamarins in their native habitat, one of the many international conservation projects that the Dublin Zoo supports.
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The painted dogs get two new mates; a young giraffe joins the herd from another wildlife park; an Asian elephant is preparing to give birth.
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Brendan checks up on the Indian Black Buck herd, one of the members needs a minor procedure. There is a pitter patter of tiny new paws on the Red Ruff Lemurs Island.
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There is a pair of tiny new arrivals in the Pygmy Marmoset habitat. Helen is concerned when one of the Ostrich flock develops a limp.
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There's great excitement in the troop when new babies are born on the Mangabey Island. Eddie and Louise come up with an interesting method to feed a pair of Abyssinian Ground Hornbill chicks.
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Garth introduces some new members to the Waldrapp Ibis flock.
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Two newly arrived okapis take their first tentative steps outside into their new habitat. The zookeepers try to get to the bottom of Leoni the orangutan's mysterious cough.
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Dublin Zoo welcomes two exotic new arrivals who are critically endangered in the wild, a pair of beautiful and highly unusual okapi.
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Brendan travels to the rain forests of Borneo in search of wild orangutans. Ciaran and his team begin the process of introducing Kafi the hand-reared gorilla to the rest of the troop.
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Tremendous excitement at the African Plains when a baby rhino is due to be born.
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A young male Californian sea lion is about to join the group in Dublin Zoo, but how will the females take to the new arrival?
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CiarĂ¡n welcomes two Asian lionesses to Dublin Zoo to start a new breeding programme for this endangered species. A new habitat has been built especially for them, but how will they take to their new environment?
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Upali, a magnificent Indian Bull Elephant joins the herd in Dublin Zoo. But how will the all female herd take to him, many of whom have never seen an adult bull elephant before?
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As hatching season approaches, Eddy and his team are busy monitoring the Chilean flamingos in Dublin Zoo's flamingo pond.
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Little DJ the baby Californian sealion has been receiving loads of loving care from his mother sienna. But he still hasn't had his first swim in the pool, and his mother is anxious to help him learn.
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Last year the keepers in the Californian sealion section were devastated to lose Danny, the patriarch of the sealion group. But all is not lost when the keepers make a delightful discovery!
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Budai is a playful and boisterous young male Indian elephant and a favorite amongst the zookeepers, but when he starts to prove too much of a handful for the females in the herd, the keepers must make a decision.
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Zookeeper Brendan fulfils a lifelong ambition when he encounters a band of Mountain Gorillas on his journey into the heart of Bwindi Impenetrable National Park in Uganda.
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The tiny pygmy marmoset baby has been doing well under Susan's watchful eye, but it';s still at a delicate stage in its development and requires round the clock care.
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This week in the Reptile House Garth introduces the gila monsters. It's the start of the breeding season and at this time of year these highly venomous lizards can get a little boisterous with each other.

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