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Malawi is a small African country that has made a big push to protect its wildlife. Leading the effort is American veterinarian Dr. Amanda Salb and her colleagues at the country's only animal rescue center, where injured and abandoned creatures are saved and rehabilitated. This six-part series follows the dedicated team as they care for a variety of patients, including vervet monkeys, bulbuls, baboons, hedgehogs, and many more, often working with limited resources and in dangerous conditions as they prepare the animals to return to the wild.
There's plenty of excitement at Lilongwe Wildlife Centre as the team, led by American vet Dr. Amanda Salb, prepares to release two of their long-term residents: a pair of servals named Savannah and Bolt. Unfortunately, Bolt lives up to his name and escapes his enclosure, putting the whole mission in jeopardy. Things go much better for a giant eagle owl, who's ready to fly to freedom after several months of intensive rehabilitation. Meanwhile, in Orphan Care, the team races to save a baby vervet monkey and find a foster mom to take him in.
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