Back up to: Roar
35/35 Rani and Johny look back at the best bits of the series, including the scariest moments.
34/35 Rani films a leopard, and the guinea fowl need a hand to incubate their eggs.
33/35 The Burmese python needs weighing and the Roar Ranger has to cleans out the hog house.
32/35 Johny finds out what happens when you hide food from a five-tonne elephant.
31/35 The Roar Rangers have a big job cleaning out the elephant paddock.
30/35 The wildest horses in the world need their hooves trimming - but how do you catch them?
29/35 With a baby boom in the parks, which is cutest? A panel of children give their verdict.
28/35 There is snarling and hissing as a pair of very rare Chinese leopards arrive at the park.
27/35 Elephants never forget - but can Johny name all 14 elephants on the wildlife park?
26/35 The team meet the cutest monkey on the parks as the baby de Brazza makes her TV debut.
25/35 Why are a giraffe's front legs longer than the back ones?
24/35 Find out why clouded leopard poo is all furry inside.
23/35 Two male cheetahs fall out about who's in charge.
22/35 Johny Pitts gets the latest news of Etana the baby elephant.
21/35 Rani Price delves into the lemurs' poo to find out how it helps the environment.
20/35 A baby meerkat is struggling to survive, so the keepers step in to hand-rear her.
19/35 There is a medical emergency as a mangabey monkey takes a trip to the dentist.
18/35 There is drama in the gorilla house as a silverback has to be sedated for a health check.
17/35 Everyone knows cats like catnip, but what will the tigers make of it?
16/35 Johny finds out how rhinos would react to an African wildfire.
15/35 Rani is set to work cleaning gunge and slime out of the tigers' pond.
14/35 Johny lets two lions loose on cardboard zebras - do they still have killer instincts?
13/35 The keepers are desperate for a new baby tapir to arrive, but the mother won't be rushed.
12/35 An elephant baby boom means there are six youngsters for the keepers to cope with.
11/35 The wild dog puppies come out of their den and the Roar Rangers learn to talk tiger.
10/35 In a world exclusive, the team witnesses the birth of a rare Molloch gibbon baby.
9/35 The team meets the African wild cat that can jump three metres to catch birds in flight.
8/35 The keepers are on alert as the bull rhino is let in with the females for the first time.
7/35 The team meet one of the rarest babies in the world with the coolest haircut ever.
6/35 Johny takes some cherries to the lemurs to see how they cope with the stones.