New documentary series following a group of animal keepers and caregivers - including those who have managed to create deep and unique bonds with wild animals - as they go on an adventure to reunite with their long lost animal friends.
Episode 1x3; Aug 10, 2016
What's it like to be best friends with a wolf? Or a penguin? In this episode we meet people who have formed special bonds with rhinos, lions, wild deer and a pangolin - one of the most endangered animals on the planet – and see how these bonds endure as human and animal are reunited in the wild.
1x3: Episode 3
1x2: Episode 2
1x1: Episode 1
Caroline Quentin as Narrator
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