Join veterinarian teams around the world as they undertake groundbreaking operations to try to save animals’ lives. Find out how pioneering human medicine is transforming ways to look after animals in some of the most remote places on earth.Visit Operation Wild Website
Meet Fuji, a dolphin with no tail — will a new prosthetic tail mean she can swim again?
Vets prepare Champa the moon bear for ground-breaking brain surgery deep in the jungle.
In South Africa, vets try out a new technique to deter poachers from attacking rhinos.
Vets in South Africa come to the rescue of a giraffe who has stepped into a snare.
Juvenile orangutans learn life skills through playtime in Borneo.
Rosemary is a blind orangutan who needs micro-eye surgery to restore her sight.
Remarkable footage of the birth of a manta ray.
In Laos, an elephant with a gunshot wound makes a extraordinary journey to have an X-ray.
Watch as a vet creates a prosthetic tail to help a dolphin swim again.
Follow a Galapagos giant tortoise as she undergoes keyhole surgery.
Find out how pioneering medicine is transforming ways to tend to animals.
See a rhino’s groundbreaking skin graft and other amazing pioneering medical techniques.
Learn if an operation can transform a young gorilla’s life.
Big animal medicine as you’ve never seen it before. Airs 7/1.
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