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The Roar Rangers get to live their dream when they spend a day with the safari park vet.
Malaika the lion needs an operation; but will she wake up from the anaesthetic?
Rani meets the camel babies, while Johny joins the birthday celebrations for the otters.
The lions have had four cubs and Roar has exclusive close-up footage.
Rani and Johny take part in an experiment to witness the anteater's claws in action.
Johny discovers how long it takes the leaf cutter ants to fly the flag.
Johny meets the safari park's most aggressive animal - Bubble the pygmy goat.
Rani meets a baby zebra, while Johny tries to train the pigs to search for truffles.
Johny meets the safari park's new pride of lions and Rani is off collecting camel hair.
Six baby meerkats must brave the great outdoors for the very first time.
Johny and the team try to film the Californian sealions underwater.
The lion cubs are due their inoculations, and the Roar Rangers work as marmoset keepers.
The four lion cubs must go outside and meet their dad face-to-face for the first time.
The prairie dogs are notorious escape artists, so can their new enclosure hold them?
The keepers have a problem - the baby rhino has fallen in love with their tractor.
A baby wallaby who is being raised by hand must learn to hop along with the others.
Rani finds out how the keepers train the marmosets to come back when they are called.
Johny is in a car surrounded by tigers, and the monkeys show how mischievous they can be.
The team test how clever the Siberian tigers are by hiding their food.
Jessie the tapir gives the crew the runaround when they try to film her swimming.
Rani finds out why the flamingos make such rotten parents and Johny meets a barn owl.
The lion cubs start to wean and Rani and Johny give the kunekune pigs obedience training.
Johny gets the chance to join Anne, the famous elephant, for bath time.
Johny and Rani learn how to train a vulture and sex a millipede.
Johny meets a tiny baby tortoise, while Rani gets her first look at the baby giraffe.
The team find out how long it takes the monkeys to trash the play structure.
Rani tackles the warthogs and Johny helps weigh and measure the tarantulas.
Rani and the keepers challenge the tigers to a tug-of-war to find out how strong they are.
The kids are out to catch the keeper napping when they want answers about the meerkats.
The team set out to discover who, or what, has been letting the animals loose at night.
In a special report from South Africa, six cheetahs are coming to the park.
The camels are moulting their winter hair, so it's fur coats all round for the monkeys.
There's a strange new animal in the lions' enclosure. How will the pride react?
Freda the wolf is behaving very strangely. Is it a problem that the vet can cure?
There's great excitement when the six cheetahs from Africa are let out in their new home.