Animal Park – 29 July 2021 – 29/7/2021 – Thursday – BBC Two

Summer 2020 (Shortened Versions) Episode 10 of 15

The keepers at the park face a challenge from some territorial lions, who are attacking the keepers’ vehicles when they go off-road. But could one of the female lions, Sweetpea, have an underlying medical condition that’s causing her aggression?

Ben helps set up an experiment to find out if Cuban crocodiles Fang and Kayo can perform the famous death roll in an exciting Animal Park first.

Did you know that parrots are so loud they can be heard up to five miles away? Jean Johansson risks her ear drums to hear a parrot impersonate a duck.

There is great excitement at the park as Maya, a new female red panda, arrives to hopefully mate with male AJ and provide a new bloodline for this endangered species. But with female red pandas only fertile for one month, it might be some time before the pitter patter of tiny paws.

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Ben Fogle and Kate Humble meet the newest diva at the Park, Inny the giant otter. Everyone’s fallen in love with this new arrival but, boy, does she take some handling. Jean Johansson discovers why koalas can sometimes hamper Australian detectives.

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