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ANIMAL

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  1. OTRD ep 29 - caring for the wild
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    23:27minutes

    Ep 29: Inside The Zoo: Caring For The Wild

    Unable to feed their animal charges the same diet that they would eat in the wild, the zoo’s nutrition team must use trial and error to create ...
  2. OTRD ep 30 - keeping up with the keeper
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    22:45minutes

    Ep 30: Inside The Zoo: Keeping Up With The Keeper

    The zoo wows visitors with educational animal shows every day. But how do the keepers strike a balance between entertaining their visitors and ...
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    47:50minutes

    Wild City: River World

    Life is tough on Singapore’s waterways for wild younglings. Baby otters in the Botanic Gardens learn to swim and hunt while avoiding predators and ...
  4. OTRD ep 28 - saving the wild
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    23:19minutes

    Ep 28: Inside The Zoo: Saving The Wild

    As urbanisation and climate change shrinks natural habitats, wild animals are facing the biggest existential threat of their lives. From ...
  5. CNA+: On The Red Dot explores the zoo amid the backdrop of COVID-19
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    05:48minutes

    CNA+: On The Red Dot explores the zoo amid the backdrop of COVID-19

    A bite-size version of what you have missed on "Asia First".
  6. Inside The Zoo: Getting Back In The Groove
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    22:33minutes

    Ep 27: Inside The Zoo: Getting Back In The Groove

    Visitor numbers are at an all-time low as the COVID-19 pandemic forces zoos around the world to shut their doors. But as Singapore’s circuit ...
  7. Ep 2
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    46:45minutes

    Ep 2: Cashing In On Cuteness

    We watch them for giggles, sometimes to be amazed, but are cute videos of kids and animals as harmless as they seem to be? The dark side of viral ...
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    Ep 8: What About The Animals?

    The COVID-19 pandemic and safe-distancing measures are having a profound impact, not just on humans, but also on our animals. With animal services ...
  9. A gene-edited surrogate bull is seen at the campus of Washington State University

    Scientists create gene-edited animals as 'surrogate sires' to boost food production

    Scientists have created gene-edited pigs, goats and cattle to produce sperm with traits such as disease resistance and higher meat quality in what ...