Talking is important for young animals. Andy Day sees how lions aren't born with a loud roar. In Antarctica, a penguin chick can be heard by his mum despite 150,000 others. ...
Fishing lessons for young animals with Andy Day. Mum finds it easy, but fish slip away from young grizzly bears in Canada. Oriental darters practise with twigs. River otter pups ...
5. Getting Around
15. On The Move
Andy Day tries to keep up with young animals on the move. The sengi is one of the fastest small mammals on earth - it even has a racetrack! In the Arctic, guillemot chicks leap ...
13. Playing Tricks
Andy Day loves the tricks young animals learn. Californian ground squirrels use an old snakeskin to confuse a hungry rattler. The coconut octopus rolls away from trouble in an o ...
Andy Day knows young animals need to find a drink. Sand grouse chicks in Namibia rely on dad. His feathers are like a sponge! An elephant calf has to learn to drink with a trunk ...
Andy Day with a flying school for animals. In Antarctica, a wandering albatross chick masters the largest wings of any bird. Swinging through the rainforest, lar gibbons seem to ...
Andy Day knows young animals learn by playing. Polar bear cubs in the arctic and langur monkeys in India all love to play. But gorillas are playtime masters - they climb trees, ...
Andy Day knows every young animal needs a place to rest. Many young apes must learn how to make a bed out of leaves, while in Tibet, bar-headed geese make a soft, fluffy nest ou ...
Swimming lessons for young animals with Andy Day. In New Zealand baby fur seals choose a safe pool in a river. In Antarctica Adelie penguin chicks have to learn how to sink. Pol ...
Young animals must learn to hide. Andy Day sees how coatis follow mum's tail to safety in the forest. Eider ducks keep a wolf busy while their ducklings find a safe spot. T ...
1. First Steps
Andy Day knows young animals make great explorers. In Antarctica, a seal pup takes its first journey under the ice. Leopard cubs must climb as they explore the river bank with m ...