The rubbish dump is a convenient place to stop for food for hungry bears in summer.
This tame leopard stalks and pounces on its keeper for fun. Wayne and Lisa are the adopted parents of this 15 month old leopard that they have raised since he was a week old. Cute pictures of him as a tiny baby leopard cub.
As Cheryl Grills and Shelia Firth release their two year old baby kangaroos, they take care of a tiny baby joey who needs feeding every four hours.
Cheryl Grills and Shelia Firth release Sweetpea and the other two year old kangaroos into a sanctuary as they're ready to live wild.
These polar bears have a strange relationship with these arctic dogs. They play together and pet the dogs.
The sea ice has formed so the polar bears can start to hunt. The ice isn't quite thick enough however.
Cheryl Grills and Shelia Firth try to catch their hand reared two year old kangaroos so that they can release them into a sanctuary. The joeys think it's a big game and won't be caught.
Cheryl bottle feeds these orphaned joeys and then gives the baby kangaroos some exercise around her house to make sure they're healthy.
Cheryl feeds this tiny 9 month old baby kangaroo orphan. Buckwheat was rescued from his mother's pouch when she was found dead by the roadside in outback Australia.
A scientist in the Australian outback conducts research on the red kangaroo and finds a tiny pink baby kangaroo in a mother's pouch.
This leopard is given a reversal to bring it round now that it is in a safe area and can be released.
This leopard is drugged so that it can have its details recorded before it is released into a safe area in the wild.
The workers at this santuary have come up with a great way to keep the tame cheetahs healthy. These cheetahs are too reliant on humans to be released into the wild
Lisa feeds the forty cheetahs and eight leopards and we meet a leopard with 3 and a half legs that can never be released back into the wild.
Cheryl Grills and Shelia Firth feed their two year old rescued kangaroos. They're still small and fluffy and very friendly.
This sanctuary feeds a wild leopard that has been rescued from a farm. This leopard will be released back into the wild once its homing instinct has been broken.