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Following the journey of marine animals who are rescued, rehabilitated and returned to the wild.
Season 1, Episode 1
April 7, 2012
In the series premiere of this show about marine animals who are rescued, rehabilitated and returned to the wild, a pod of stranded whales get assistance and rescuers help a baby dolphin who's caught in a fishing line.
Season 1, Episode 2
April 14, 2012
A manatee is saved from alligator-infested waters; a mother manatee is seriously injured by a fishing line.
Season 1, Episode 3
April 21, 2012
A newborn gray whale is stranded and needs to be rescued.
Season 1, Episode 4
April 28, 2012
Two manatees are trapped in a storm drain; a sea lion outsmarts the police.
Season 1, Episode 5
May 5, 2012
An injured sea lion is uncooperative; a stranded sea turtle has a revealing X-ray.
Season 1, Episode 6
May 12, 2012
An orphaned baby manatee gets a surprising surrogate mom; two baby manatees become unexpected pals.
Season 1, Episode 7
May 19, 2012
A pilot whale gets stranded and adopts a new home far away.
Season 1, Episode 8
June 30, 2012
Three manatees in raging waters need assistance; an endangered species faces a harsh cold front.
Season 1, Episode 9
July 7, 2012
African penguins become endangered by an oil spill off the coast of South Africa, so volunteers from across the globe arrive to help rescue the birds.
Season 1, Episode 10
July 14, 2012
A young gray whale gets tangled in fishing line; a dolphin wanders into a freshwater inlet and must be rushed back to saltwater.
Season 1, Episode 11
July 21, 2012
An ocean current takes an endangered sea turtle far from home; two sea turtles take an adventurous trip to the Pacific Northwest.
Season 1, Episode 12
July 28, 2012
A baby dolphin is stuck in sharp fishing lines; a lost dolphin gets stranded in a freshwater lake; and a critically ill dolphin requires major medical treatment.
Season 1, Episode 13
August 4, 2012
A manatee gets stuck in a storm sewer; a manatee camps out near a power plant.
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