Catch The Season Finales Of “sea Rescue” And “the Wildlife Docs”

nullCatch the Season finales of “Sea Rescue” and “The Wildlife Docs”
by Staff
It’s the season finales of Sea Rescue and The Wildlife Docs this weekend!


On the Emmy-nominated Sea Rescue, a sick loggerhead sea turtle with shark bites is pulled from the Gulf of go here now Mexico by cleanup teams responding to the BP Deep Water Horizon oil spill and it’s the start of a long road to recovery. Then when a family discovers a desperately ill bottlenose dolphin in Alabama, his odds of survival don’t look good but a dedicated rehab team works to give “Chance” the dolphin a second chance at life.
On The Wildlife Docs it’s time for a baby update! Out on the Serengeti Plain, we check in on a baby Grevy zebra named Stitch, the baby rhinoceros Jasiri and two giraffe calves… Tina and Arrow. Next it’s the five cats… three tigers cubs and two lion cubs. Plus, who could forget Jep, the baby kangaroo who had to be hand-raised? And finally, Catalina, the wattled crane. You will be amazed at how they’ve grown!
Sea Rescue and The Wildlife Docs air nationally on ABC on Saturday mornings during “Litton’s Weekend Adventure” and are among the most popular Saturday morning shows. Sea Rescue has been rated #1 in its timeslot in a number of major US markets and the shows have surpassed viewership of over 180 million.
Time is subject to change so be sure to check your local listings. For more information aboutSea Rescue and The Wildlife Docs visit http://www.seaworldkids.com .
*The Wildlife Docs airs on Sunday in some markets.
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