Animal Encounters

2013 TV-G

Join three adventurous friends as they ride elephants, pet cheetahs, play with monkeys, feed birds, get to know eels and learn to trust wolves. Feel their excitement as they dive with great white sharks, swim with turtles and observe wild meerkats in their natural environment. Up close and personal with God’s creation. Gabi, Kezia and Cassila visit an Elephant sanctuary where they ride elephants, hear the stories of these elephants and feed a baby elephant.

1. Elephants

Gabi, Kezia and Cassila visit an Elephant sanctuary where they ride elephants, hear the stories of these elephants and feed a baby elephant.

2. Cats

This is probably the closest our three adventurers will ever get to the world’s most fearsome hunters.

3. Sharks

Are sharks really as dangerous as the media suggests? Our three friends go down into a shark cage to find out.

4. Monkeys

Kezia, Cassila and Gabi visit Monkeyland, the world’s first free-roaming multi-species sanctuary for primates.

5. Meerkats

An early morning start takes our three adventurers to the only place in the world where people can encounter wild meerkats.

6. Cango Wildlife Ranch

Amongst other animals, Gabi, Cassila and Kezia come face to face with mighty four meter Nile crocodiles during a cage dive.

7. Marine Life

The three adventurers go on an ocean safari and learn how the eels that live there will someday navigate thousands of kilometers across land and sea.

8. Cats Two

A couple leaves the big city in search of a peaceful life and instead finds a great need for the rehabilitation of South African cats.

9. Fish

Go beneath the waters and encounter the bountiful marine life of our oceans that unquestionably form the largest habitable and least explored environment on earth.

10. Birds

Cassila, Gabi and Kezia meet interesting feathered characters in the bird world as well as the caretakers who have given them a second chance.

11. Wolves

For centuries, wolves have been seen as mystical animals; revered and admired by some cultures, but demonized, persecuted and feared by others. That fear is possibly the greatest threat to the survival of the wolf.

Quote of the day

For even the Son of Man did not come to be served, but to serve, and to give his life as a ransom for many.