Steve And Aneeshwar Go Wild

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Steve And Aneeshwar Go Wild

Steve and Aneeshwar meet some agile gibbons and see how well they move. They also meet the seriema, which is a very noisy bird!

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Series 1
Steve and Aneeshwar meet the world’s largest and heaviest lizard, the Komodo dragon, and lay a trail for him to find food. They also visit a chameleon who has a very long tongue.
Steve and Aneeshwar meet two of the tallest animal in the world, the giraffe, to feed them leaves. They also visit some red pandas to discover their wild connection with giraffes.
Steve and Aneeshwar meet some Asian elephants and give them a shower with a giant hose. They also meet some lemurs and discover their wild connection with the elephants.
Steve and Aneeshwar meet a sea anemone to see how it feeds underwater. Next, they encounter a pitcher plant and discover the extraordinary wild connection they share.
Steve and Aneeshwar meet some wildebeest hanging out in a big group. The second animal they see, a monarch butterfly, has an astonishing wild connection with the wildebeest.
Steve and Aneeshwar watch a pride of lions in the safari park and the supersized mountain chicken frog, which has a surprising connection with the lions.
Steve and Aneeshwar meet the tree kangaroo and learn how it's great at climbing. They then take a look at the seahorses, and it’s feeding time.
Steve and Aneeshwar meet a family of fossa clambering in the trees. Then they go to see a leaf-tailed gecko, an animal that looks different but has the same skill as the fossa.
Steve and Aneeshwar meet colourful flamingos and feed them their breakfast, before meeting up with some orangutans to see how they have an extraordinary skill in common.
Steve and Aneeshwar meet Ruby the Harris’s hawk and take her out flying. Next, they learn about the incredible leafcutter ants and find out their connection to the Harris’s hawk.
Steve and Aneeshwar set up a new toy for a tiger. They then hold an amazing leaf insect and find out how this tiny creature has something in common with the tiger.
Steve and Aneeshwar meet an enormous ostrich, the biggest bird species in the world. Then, they go to feed their second animal, a penguin, and tell us all about their surprising connection.
Steve and Aneeshwar give Winnie the rhino a mud bath. They then hold some hissing cockroaches and reveal how such a small animal has something in common with the huge rhino!
Steve and Aneeshwar give fruit bats some breakfast and watch them fly around in the dark. The next animal they meet is the barn owl, which lives in a very similar way to the bats.
Steve and Aneeshwar meet a group of busy meerkats, who show them their digging skills, then go to see some giant millipedes to find out the surprising skill they have in common.
Steve and Aneeshwar meet a giant anteater and give him his breakfast in a long tube. Next, they meet some chimpanzees to find out the wild connection between these two animals.
Steve and Aneeshwar meet a flightless bird called a cassowary. Then, they watch the Sunda gharial crocodilian being fed some fish and reveal an amazing connection they have with the cassowary.
Steve and Aneeshwar drive through the baboons’ enclosure and say hello to some very mischievous residents. They then meet the giant river otters at feeding time.
Steve and Aneeshwar meet a noisy sea lion and see his swimming skills. They also give some capybara breakfast and find they have a surprising skill in common with the sea lion.
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