Enjoy an Overload of Cute and Cuddly with 'Wonderful World of Baby Animals'
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The first few months of an animal’s life are imperative to their survival in the wild. Surrounded by a huge world waiting to be explored, baby animals must face bold new steps as they begin their journey to adulthood. Starting Thursday, July 2 at 10 p.m., witness their mesmerizing growth in the ultimate animal soap opera, Wonderful World of Baby Animals.

In episode 101, meet a young baby rhino named Granville. He may not have his horn yet, but that doesn’t stop him from causing all sorts of chaos.

In episode 102, watch as baby alligators call out to each other as they begin to hatch from their eggs. Then, meet a young gorilla named Louango, who’s eager to escape its mother and go climbing.

In episode 103, twin lambs of the rare Valais Blacknose breed are born on a New Forest farm, but their lives seem to be destined for different paths. Meanwhile, an African elephant calf named Nusa is growing up fast but struggles with getting used to its trunk.

In episode 104, a rejected lamb is reunited with his flock, and Oswald the ostrich chick shows the world the whirling dance routine it performs every morning.

In episode 105, elephant calf Nusu is presented with an exciting new toy, while some flamingo chicks begin to believe their keeper is their mother.

Wonderful World of Baby Animals airs Thursdays at 10 p.m. during the month of July.

WSBE Rhode Island PBS transmits over the air in high definition on digital 36.1; Cox 08 / 1008HD, Verizon FiOS 08 / 508HD, and Full Channel 08; Comcast 819HD and Verizon FiOS 18 / 518HD in MA; DirecTV 36, Dish Network 36.