In the Season 2 premiere, a kangaroo suffering from chronic arthritis tries cryotherapy; a large group of rambunctious gharials are trained to patiently wait for their food; and a tiny pygmy marmoset gives birth to an even tinier baby.
The brown bears keep tearing up their exhibit, leaving zoo staff scrambling for a solution; Armani, the aardvark, gets treated for a tooth infection which has dampened her enthusiasm for digging; and a group of burrowing owls prepare to move.
Trust and experience are put to the test when an elephant requires delicate veterinary treatment from her keepers; endangered pink pigeons need all the help they can get to produce offspring; Monty the otter needs to visit the dentist.
Two adorable tiger cubs have outgrown their keepers and need to move to the adult exhibit. A silverback gorilla receives pioneering treatment to curb his worsening eyesight. And a passionate keeper plays matchmaker to a peculiar pair of birds.
A tomistoma, a freshwater crocodilian, stops laying eggs and a team of keepers scrambles to treat her. The veterinary team has to rescue a baby antelope that isn't getting the care it needs from its mother. And Mert the Goose takes a field trip.
The future of the American Bison depends on a high-stakes race across the country. The reptile staff have their hands full with a diamond rattlesnake that needs to be medicated orally. And a pair of cheetahs are trained to walk the grounds.
The Zoo's huge male sea lion is in rut, and staff need to move the young males before he becomes territorial. The vet team come up with an ingenious solution to repair Dinky the Flamingo's broken ankle. And feeding a rock python proves challenging.
To help love bloom between two kiwis, zoo staff build an elaborate hut into which they introduce a pair of potential mates. When a King Cobra arrives at the zoo, keepers have their hands full training him to move from the exhibit to a holding pen.