It's all about the babies!
This series has followed the heart warming and often heart breaking stories of a cast of very precious babies – precious because they are a vital lifeline for some of the rarest animals on the planet. Most of these precious babies are also undeniably cute.See some of the baby animals featured in the series
Before appearing in front of the camera Martin has spent the last 30 years behind it producing over 50 natural history documentaries for the BBC. He's a trained zoologist with a passion for natural history and conservation. BBC Two viewers will be used to seeing Martin presenting Springwatch and Autumnwatch and as the master of ceremonies for the chaotic brilliance that is Springwatch and Autumnwatch Unsprung.Martin Hughes-Games visits a remote Amur leopard research centre
Where can you see the animals featured in the series?
Many of the animals featured in the series can be seen in zoos in the UK and Europe. Below is a list of some of the places where you can visit them.British and Irish Association of Zoos and Aquariums (BIAZA)
To get precise information on each zoo, please visit the British and Irish Association of Zoos and Aquariums website.
Edinburgh Zoo, Madrid Zoo, Vienna Zoo
Durrell Wildlife Park, Colchester Zoo, Newquay Zoo, Belfast Zoo, Chester Zoo, ZSL London, Paignton Zoo, Shaldon Wildlife Trust
ZSL Whipsnade, West Midlands Safari Park, Chester Zoo, Edinburgh Zoo
Durrell Wildlife Park, Bristol Zoo Gardens, ZSL London, Chester Zoo
Bristol Zoo Gardens, West Midlands Safari Park, ZSL London, Durrell Wildlife Park
Colchester Zoo, Marwell Wildlife, Twycross Zoo, Cotswold Wildlife Park, Edinburgh Zoo, Thrigby Hall Wildlife Gardens
Port Lympne Wild Animal Park, Howletts Wild Animal Park, Colchester Zoo, West Midland Safari Park, Paignton Zoo, Knowsley Safari Park
Western lowland gorilla
ZSL London, Dublin Zoo, Longleat Safari, Belfast Zoo, Blackpool Zoo, Bristol Zoo Gardens, Chessington, Durrell Wildlife Park, Port Lympne Wild Animal Park, Paignton Zoo, Twycross Zoo
Belfast Zoo, Port Lympne Wild Animal Park, Olomouc Zoo
Durrell Wildlife Park, Birmingham Zoo, Chester Zoo, Colchester Zoo, Dublin Zoo, Edinburgh Zoo, ZSL London, Marwell Wildlife, Twycross Zoo
Dominic Wormell on hand-rearing baby Tamarin monkeys
The Head of Mammals at Durrell Wildlife Trust, Dominic Wormell, talks about his work hand-rearing baby tamarin monkeys in captivity, to save them from extinction.Read and comment on Dominic’s post on the BBC TV blog
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