Lion Country, Series 2
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From the cutting edge of animal conservation comes a dramatic series following an innovative attempt to protect the future of the African Lion. David Youlden and his team work on the controversial programme which aims to reintroduce captive lions back into the wild, in series two, Lion Country returns to catch up with their progress.
|1||VideoEpisode 1||In this episode Zulu and his pride move one step closer to release. The six lions are darted and moved to their new home. It's a potentially dangerous operation the lions could have an adverse reaction to the drugs at any time and the stakes are raised when the male lions start to wake up on route to their new home!||22:42||£1.19||View In iTunes|
|2||VideoEpisode 2||After months of preparation seven new lions arrive at the park. Two adult females are brought in to start Zambia's first breeding programme. And five young cubs start their journey towards eventual release. At the Dambwa Forest site David checks in with Zulu and his pride to make sure they're settling in to their new home.||22:46||£1.19||View In iTunes|
|3||VideoEpisode 3||David oversees a potentially dangerous introduction when 17 month old sisters Temi and Tswana move in with two older females. Temi and Tswana are younger and smaller than their new pride mates but the sisters have always been confident and they won't submit without a fight. And the youngest cubs in the release programme face their first real test as Bemba and Bisa get caught in a tropical storm.||22:46||£1.19||View In iTunes|
|4||VideoEpisode 4||Three of the oldest lions in the Zambian programme set foot in the release site for the first time. When the enclosure gate is opened and the females get the chance to explore their new hunting ground it's the lowliest female in the pride that leads the way. David and the handlers spend time with the new cubs when they notice a problem with their behaviour and the park vet gets on the wrong side of Temi and Tswana when it's time for annual vaccinations!||22:45||£1.19||View In iTunes|
|5||VideoEpisode 5||When the youngest cubs in the Zambian Programme come face to face with a herd of impala Bisa sees an opportunity to impress. But later, her confidence is put to the test when her and her sister are introduced to three older cubs.||22:45||£1.19||View In iTunes|
|6||VideoEpisode 6||When the youngest cubs in the Zambian Programme come face to face with a herd of impala Bisa sees an opportunity to impress. But later, her confidence is put to the test when her and her sister are introduced to three older cubs.||22:46||£1.19||View In iTunes|
|7||VideoEpisode 7||There's a long awaited reunion when British Conservationist David Youldon catches up with 17 month old lions Jebari and Jelani - two brothers he helped raise when they were cubs. After seven months apart the cubs have doubled in size and in confidence and they've developed skills that David has never seen before! And David takes a road trip through Zimbabwe to Antelope Park a wildlife reserve that's home to over 80 captive bred lions including some of David's favourite characters.||22:46||£1.19||View In iTunes|
|8||VideoEpisode 8||At Antelope Park in central Zimbabwe seven female lions called the Ngamo pride are almost ready for release into a huge semi wild enclosure where it's hoped they'll breed. But there's one huge task left to complete catching and introducing game animals for these lions to hunt. And British Conservationist David Youldon and the lion team must work through the night to meet the deadline for the ground-breaking release.||23:16||£1.19||View In iTunes|
|9||VideoEpisode 9||At Antelope Park there's a gathering of dignitaries from across Zimbabwe, as British Conservationist David Youldon prepares to release seven female lions called the Ngamo pride. Set free into a huge purpose built enclosure these lions cubs will grow up free from human intervention and one day be released into the wild. But the day after their release the females split into three groups and David's not sure what will happen next. And the youngest cubs in the programme leave the Nursery Camp for the first time.||22:45||£1.19||View In iTunes|
|10||VideoEpisode 10||Following the release of seven female lions into a huge purpose built enclosure, the team prepares for the dangerous introduction of an adult male to the pride. While lion expert, David Youldon, makes a final check on the females he makes an important discovery, but he fears for the safety of feisty four year old female Phyre whom he hand reared. And one young lion shows signs that she's going to become a fearsome hunter.||23:16||£1.19||View In iTunes|
|11||VideoEpisode 11||At Antelope Park in central Zimbabwe, lion expert David Youldon witnesses his youngest cubs make remarkable progress. But as he prepares to leave for the projects other site in Zambia he makes a worrying discovery whilst checking on the recently released Ngamo pride. And when David returns to Zambia to catch up with some lions he hasn't seen for several months there's a big surprise.||23:15||£1.19||View In iTunes|
|12||VideoEpisode 12||In this final episode lion expert David Youldon is in Zambia, where he witnesses the exceptional hunting skills of the Dambwa pride as they're prepared for release into a specially built 900 acre enclosure. Two lions that arrived from South Africa five months earlier have developed distinctly different personalities, and there's great news as new cub 'Special K' makes it safely through his first week.||23:15||£1.19||View In iTunes|
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