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Title Totally Wild
Published Australia : TEN, 2010
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Summary Join Pip and the rest of the TW crew as Pip helps with a Dolphin rescue, Sean meets a wildlife carer, Col meets a genetic scientist who is trying to save the world's most endangered penguin and more Quzzin' with Adam.Dolphin Rescue Part 1Reporter: Pip RussellPip watches as rescue teams try and remove some dolphins stuck in a creek... but not everything goes according to plan as one gets stuck in the net and has to be transported by road.Quizzin with Coxy: Speed Reporter: Adam CoxAdam quizzes the viewers on Animal Speed! What are you? Fast or Slow??Dolphin Rescue Part 2Reporter: Pip RussellPip watches on as the dolphin rescue as a happy conclusion.Rainforest Wildlife Carer Reporter: Sean Kennedy Sean meets a wildlife carer up on the Atherton Tableland and finds out more about some unusual rainforest animals including the rare Lumholtz Tree Kangaroo!Risk Factor: Fleay's Barred Frog Reporter: Stacey ThomsonStacey meets a frog with a low profile. It's called Fleay's Barred Frog and it lives in damp dark rainforests.Endangered Penguins Reporter: Colin ThruppCol meets a genetic scientist who is working hard to save the world's most endangered penguin from extinction.Ask Dr Chris - Old Dog Reporter: Natalie HunterThe Bondi Vet, Dr Chris Brown, chats with Nat an old dog
Event Broadcast 2010-05-25 at 08:00:00
Notes Classification: G
Subject Animal rescue.
Caregivers.
Dolphins.
Endangered species -- Protection.
Lumholtz's tree kangaroo.
Penguins -- Habitat.
Australia.
Form Streaming video
Author Cox, Adam, reporter
Hunter, Natalie, reporter
Kennedy, Sean, reporter
Russell, Pip, reporter
Thomson, Stacey, reporter
Thrupp, Colin, reporter