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Created by: Australian Broadcasting Corporation


Started: August 29th, 2019

Status: Active, 59 episodes

Kind: Episodic

Language: English

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Snarling Saltwater Crocodiles
08:19 | December 5th, 2022

Ann is using her binoculars to try and spot someone who is very good at camouflage along the Ord River in WA. She’s glad to be safe in a boat – as these animals have the world’s strongest bite.

Whining Mosquitoes
08:32 | November 28th, 2022

It’s a lovely evening and Ann has set up her tent next to a nice peaceful lake at Mungo Brush in NSW. She’s relaxing by the fire when the high-pitched buzzing of an uninvited guest ruins the mood.

Hissing Carpet Pythons
07:32 | November 21st, 2022

Ann is hard at work on a farm near Glen Innes, helping to feed all the animals. She reaches for a hose to top up some water but – ooops! That is not a hose, but someone sunbaking.

Blipping Masked Lapwings
06:20 | November 14th, 2022

Ann is finding a good spot on the sideline at an AFL match in Tasmania. Suddenly, some very vocal parents start making a bit of a racket.

Yawping Wombats
07:28 | November 7th, 2022

It is a hot day on the Yorke Peninsula in South Australia, so Ann stops for a drink. Someone pushes through the bushes and starts using their jaws and their claws to work on their special underground house.

Startling Crested Pigeons
07:50 | October 31st, 2022

Ann is trying to find the perfect picnic spot in the Royal Botanic Gardens in Melbourne/Naarm. Suddenly, an alarm goes off – but it isn’t coming from a car or a building, but from some animals on the move.

Tooting Mountain Frogs
07:35 | October 24th, 2022

As she hikes up through ancient Gondwana rainforest, Ann hears a rude noise. Then, she realises it’s not someone feeling a bit gassy – but rather a parent getting cosy in an underground bedroom.

Pipping Pied Oystercatchers
06:33 | October 17th, 2022

It is a warm, sunny day and Ann is off to the beach. On the sand, playing chase with the waves, a family is hunting for a seafood lunch – even trying to hammer open some shells.

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On Episode: Greedy Seagulls

We live by the beach and the seagulls try and pinch our chips too! Once one took an ENTIRE sandwich off my grandma, she’s much more careful now!


Created by: Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Started: August 29th, 2019
Status: Active, 59 episodes
Kind: Episodic
Language: English

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