Back up to: Animal Park
25/25 The gorillas get a slap-up feast and the giraffes get a high-rise treat.
24/25 Jolly the giraffe is in labour, but will the birth go smoothly?
23/25 Lord Bath goes ‘back to the floor’ as a rhino keeper for the day.
22/25 A centenarian tortoise is fighting for its life.
21/25 Trevor the ostrich is on guard duty to stop his family's eggs going astray.
20/25 The tigers need their inoculations and they won't take them lying down.
19/25 The keepers build the rhinos their own mud wallow and the pelican egg is ready to hatch.
18/25 Trevor the Ostrich struts his stuff to impress his mate.
17/25 After three weeks in their den, there's the first glimpse of the wolf cubs.
16/25 Ben Fogle and kate Humble take a trip to France to see how the elephants are getting on.
15/25 The birth of wolf cubs is tinged with tragedy.
14/25 The park is hit by a blizzard, and Lord Bath recalls his early years at the estate.
13/25 Becky the giraffe gives birth to a six foot calf.
12/25 A tiger comes back from death's door, and the pelicans are in the mood for love.
12/25 The playful primates are given a mirror to see what they make of themselves.
11/25 Kaddu the tiger is fighting for her life after an emergency operation.
10/25 A flock of new flamingos lands at the Park - but will they take to their new home?
9/25 It's moving day at the Park – the Egyptian fruit bats are flying in.
8/25 Ben and Kate help with the risky business of giving the tigers a dental check.
8/25 Using special cameras we get horribly close up to some creepy-crawly monsters.
7/25 The wallabies put up a fight when it's time for them to hop along to their new enclosure.
7/25 Kimberley the hand-reared orphaned wallaby is returned to the mob.
6/25 Keepers fight to save Nico the silverback gorilla.
5/25 Keepers fight to save the lives of the tigers as cat flu sweeps through the park.
4/25 Disaster strikes the park when cat flu takes hold.
4/25 Down on Half Mile Pond a Californian beach is being built for the expectant sea lion mums.
4/25 Will an endangered Bengal tigress survive a lifesaving operation?