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Stephanie: THIS IS ZOLA.

SHE IS A FEMALE AFRICAN PENGUIN.

SHE'S SKIPPING. LOOK AT HER. [ LAUGHS ]

MOLTY BIRD.

ZOLA'S PREVIOUS MOLTS HAVE BEEN MORE CHALLENGING,

SO WE PAY CLOSER ATTENTION TO HER WHEN SHE IS MOLTING.

GOOD JOB!

Brett: JUST LIKE KIDS, WE FEED THEM THEIR LETTUCE FIRST

TO KIND OF MAKE SURE THAT THEY EAT THEIR VEGGIES.

THIS IS MAGELLAN.

SHE DOES HAVE A HARD TIME GRABBING HER FOOD.

ALL RIGHT, MAGGIE. GONNA GET A LITTLE PROCEDURE.

Katie: LAST YEAR, WE MOVED OUR HARBOR SEALS TO WEST HOLDING.

COME ON, MY SWEET BOY.

THEY'RE GONNA MAKE THEIR WAY BACK TO THE BELUGA-SEAL HABITAT.

-ROSIE LEADING THE CHARGE. -NO FLOYD, THOUGH.

Steve: THIS SPAWNING EVENT ONLY OCCURS ONCE A YEAR,

SO WE'RE HEADED TO KEY LARGO TO OBSERVE IT.

THIS IS THE TIME OF THE YEAR TO BE AN AQUARIST.

THIS IS OUR SUPER BOWL.

Dennis: OVER 70% OF OUR PLANET

IS BELOW THE SURFACE OF THE OCEAN.

FOR US TO HAVE A FACILITY TO CONNECT PEOPLE

TO THAT ECOSYSTEM IS AMAZING.

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I LOVE YOU, TOO, BUT YOU GOTTA STAY IN THE POOL.

[ LAUGHS ]

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MAN: [ Over radio ] How's the view down there?

[ Laughs ] The view's great.

THERE WE GO.

Leah: TO BRING THESE ANIMALS TO PEOPLE

THAT MAY NOT HAVE A CHANCE TO SEE THEM OTHERWISE.

OHHHHH!

Woman #1: PRETTY COOL, HUH?

YOU CARE SO MUCH MORE FOR THIS PLANET

ONCE YOU LOVE ANIMALS THIS WAY.

[ CHEEPING ]

Woman #2: ALL OF THE WORK THAT THE TEAM DOES HERE,

WE TAKE THOSE SAME PRINCIPLES OUT INTO THE FIELD

TO ULTIMATELY HELP THE ECOSYSTEMS OUT IN THE WILD.

[ Laughing ] IT'S A LITTLE TIGHT IN HERE.

I LIKE THEM BEING LESS OBVIOUSLY CUTE.

SLIMY IS THE NEW FUZZY.

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CAPTIONS PAID FOR BY DISCOVERY COMMUNICATIONS

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-HERE THEY COME. -WOW.

-OH, LOOK! -OH, LOOK.

PENGUINS! I FOUND HIM!

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Stephanie: [ LAUGHS ] THIS IS ZOLA.

SHE IS A FEMALE AFRICAN PENGUIN.

-REALLY? -YES!

WHEN WE TAKE A PENGUIN AND WALK THEM

AROUND THE AQUARIUM, THEY'RE GETTING TO SEE NEW THINGS.

THEY'RE GETTING DESENSITIZED.

COME ON. I KNOW. YOU KNOW WHERE YOU'RE GOING.

AND THEY, A LOT OF TIMES,

SEEM TO FIND IT PRETTY REINFORCING OR FUN.

SHE HATCHED HERE AT THE AQUARIUM,

AND SHE JUST TURNED 4 IN THE BEGINNING OF MARCH.

-OH. -SO...

WE'RE GONNA KEEP ON WALKING. YEAH. [ LAUGHS ]

ZOLA IS A LITTLE BIT OF A CELEBRITY.

HI, ZOLA! GOOD MORNING.

SHE IS A VERY POPULAR PENGUIN WITH THE TRAINERS,

AND SHE IS WELL-KNOWN BY THE PUBLIC

BECAUSE SHE IS UTILIZED QUITE OFTEN IN OUR ENCOUNTER PROGRAMS.

-COME ON. -THERE YOU GO.

[ ELEVATOR BEEPING ]

ALL RIGHT. LET'S GO.

WHICH WAY ARE YOU GOING, ZOES?

Woman: COME ON IN. COME ON IN.

[ LAUGHTER ]

YEAH! OH, LOOK AT ALL THESE FRIENDS!

-HI. -OHH!

-OHH! -GOOD JOB, ZOZO.

Stephanie: IT'S ENRICHING FOR HER TO COME IN HERE

AND SEE DIFFERENT THINGS

THAT SHE WOULDN'T NORMALLY SEE ON HER HABITAT.

IN THEIR NATURAL ENVIRONMENT,

AFRICAN PENGUINS ARE GONNA SPEND MOST OF THEIR TIME

ON SAND AND BIG ROCKS,

BUT THEY ALSO ARE PRETTY COMFORTABLE

WALKING AROUND ON PRETTY MUCH ANYTHING.

WE WOULDN'T WANT THIS TO BE HER FLOOR ALL THE TIME,

BUT FOR QUICK ENRICHMENT SESSIONS, IT'S TOTALLY FINE.

-SHE'S LIKE, "WE'RE OUT." -YEAH.

GOOD JOB! [ LAUGHS ] YOU'RE SO CUTE.

ARE YOU LOOKING AT THE WHALES?

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ZOLA IS ABOUT TO START HER ANNUAL MOLT.

THEIR NEW FEATHERS KIND OF PUSH THE OLD FEATHERS OUT.

COME ON, ZOZO.

SHE'S SKIPPING. LOOK AT HER. [ LAUGHS ]

AN ANNUAL MOLT CAN BE PHYSICALLY CHALLENGING.

IT'S A LOT OF ENERGY THAT IT REQUIRES TO GO THROUGH.

IT'S JUST REALLY TAXING.

YOU COMING, ZOES?

ZOLA'S PREVIOUS MOLTS HAVE BEEN

EVEN MORE CHALLENGING THAN OTHER BIRDS,

SO WE DEFINITELY PAY CLOSER ATTENTION TO HER

WHEN SHE IS MOLTING.

GOOD GIRL.

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[ INDISTINCT CONVERSATIONS ]

LOOK!

Woman: DO YOU SEE THE PURPLE? OH, MY GOODNESS!

LOOK AT THAT BABY LITTLE SPIKY THING RIGHT THERE!

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Steve: THIS IS OUR PACIFIC BARRIER REEF HABITAT.

THIS IS ONE OF THE LARGEST LIVE CORAL EXHIBITS

IN THE ENTIRE WORLD.

IT CONTAINS ABOUT 164,000 GALLONS

AND 2,000 BEAUTIFUL FISH, ALL FROM THE INDO-PACIFIC.

THERE'S ABOUT 90 DIFFERENT SPECIES.

CORALS MAY LOOK LIKE ROCKS,

BUT THEY'RE ACTUALLY A LIVING ANIMAL

THAT BUILDS THESE UNDERWATER CITIES.

THEY PROVIDE HOMES, JUST LIKE TREES IN A RAINFOREST.

IT'S JUST A WHOLE LOT OF BIODIVERSITY.

THIS IS A NEW YORK CITY OF THE OCEAN.

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[ BEEP ]

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THIS IS BABY GROOT, WHO IS A STAGHORN CORAL.

BABY GROOT CAME FROM A SPAWNING EVENT.

SO, CORALS REPRODUCE BY SPAWNING.

THEY RELEASE GENETIC MATERIAL

AND CREATE LITTLE FERTILIZED LARVAE.

SIMILAR TO HOW PLANTS USE THE WIND

TO HELP DISPERSE THEIR SEEDS, CORALS UTILIZE THE WATER MOTION,

AND THOSE LARVAE FIND JUST THE RIGHT LOCATION

ON THE OCEAN FLOOR

TO TURN INTO A UNIQUE CORAL INDIVIDUAL.

BABY GROOT STARTED OUT AS ONE OF THOSE LITTLE DOTS,

ONE OF THOSE LITTLE POLYPS,

AND HAS SINCE GROWN INTO THIS MUCH LARGER COLONY TODAY.

THIS SPAWNING EVENT ONLY OCCURS ONCE A YEAR,

SO WE'RE HEADED TO KEY LARGO

TO OBSERVE IT AND GATHER KEY INFORMATION

THAT'S GONNA HELP US UNDERSTAND

THIS REPRODUCTIVE PROCESS FOR OUR CONSERVATION EFFORTS.

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[ DOOR OPENS ]

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Brett: WE ARE IN OUR RIVER SCOUT GALLERY RIGHT NOW.

OUR GEORGIA NATIVE EXHIBIT IS RIGHT ABOVE US.

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AND WE ALSO HAVE OUR FRESHWATER TURTLES

THAT WE'RE GONNA BE FEEDING.

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IN HERE, WE HAVE FOUR DIFFERENT SPECIES

OF NATIVE GEORGIA TURTLES.

WE HAVE RED-EARED SLIDERS, RIVER COOTERS,

AND OUR YELLOW-BELLIED SLIDERS.

AND WE ALSO HAVE A RAZOR-BACK MUSK TURTLE.

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SO, WE HAVE SOME LETTUCE,

AND THIS WOULD REPLACE THE NATURAL VEGETATION

THAT THESE TURTLES TEND TO EAT.

WHAT THEY REALLY ENJOY IS THEIR PROTEIN,

SO WE HAVE GLASS MINNOWS, A SMALL FRESHWATER FISH.

WE ALSO HAVE SOME PIECES OF SMELT.

THEY'LL KIND OF IGNORE THE LETTUCE ONCE THEY START

SEEING THESE BITS OF FISH AND KRILL IN THE WATER.

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JUST LIKE KIDS, WE FEED THEM THEIR LETTUCE FIRST

TO KIND OF MAKE SURE THAT THEY EAT THEIR VEGGIES.

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YOU Can SEE THEM BOTH GOING FOR THE SAME PIECE OF LETTUCE,

EVEN THOUGH THERE'S FIVE OTHER PIECES OF LETTUCE

FLOATING NEARBY.

THESE GUYS ARE PRETTY MUCH ALWAYS HUNGRY.

[ BEEP ]

THIS IS MAGELLAN. MAGGIE, FOR SHORT.

SHE IS OUR FALSE MAP TURTLE.

AS YOU CAN SEE, THERE'S MARKINGS ON HER BODY,

PART OF WHAT GIVES HER THE NAME "FALSE MAP."

THEY KIND OF LOOK LIKE TRAILS.

SHE IS A NATIVE GEORGIA FRESHWATER TURTLE.

SHE JUST GETS SO EXCITED

WHEN SHE KNOWS IT'S GONNA BE FEEDING TIME.

MAGGIE WAS ON DISPLAY WITH THE OTHER TURTLES,

AND SHE WAS HAVING DIFFICULTY COMPETING FOR FOOD

BECAUSE HER OVERGROWN BITE PLATES

WERE MAKING IT DIFFICULT FOR HER TO EAT.

SO, AS YOU CAN SEE,

SHE DOES HAVE A HARD TIME GRABBING HER FOOD.

ON THE ROOF OF THE TURTLE'S MOUTH,

THERE IS A KERATIN PLATE THAT ALLOWS THEM

TO CRUSH THEIR FOOD -- MOSTLY SNAILS AND CLAM.

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SINCE MAGGIE'S BITE PLATES ARE OVERGROWN,

SHE'S GONNA HAVE A MINOR PROCEDURE IN A FEW DAYS

TO KIND OF SHAVE DOWN THOSE BITE PLATES.

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ZOLA IS GOING THROUGH HER MOLT RIGHT NOW.

MOLTY BIRD.

GENERALLY, MOLT IS A PRETTY STRESSFUL SITUATION FOR A BIRD.

HI, SWEET GIRL. COME HERE AND SIT WITH ME.

ESSENTIALLY, WE'RE GOING TO DO A DENTIST VISIT.

ALL RIGHT, MAGGIE.

[ TOOL WHIRRING ]

OKAY, LITTLE ONE.

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Nathan: I CHECKED THE RADAR BEFORE WE CAME TO THE BOAT.

THEY DON'T PREDICT A HIGH DEGREE OF LIKELIHOOD FOR STORMS,

BUT IT'S SOUTH FLORIDA IN THE SUMMERTIME,

SO YOU NEVER KNOW.

[ AIR HISSING ]

GOOD TO GO.

THE GEORGIA AQUARIUM IS HERE IN THE FLORIDA KEYS

TO OBSERVE CORAL SPAWNING.

WE'RE GONNA BE GATHERING A LOT OF IMPORTANT DATA

THAT HELPS US UNDERSTAND WHEN, WHERE, AND HOW THEY SPAWN.

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WE'RE GONNA BE MONITORING ONE CRITICALLY ENDANGERED SPECIES,

STAGHORN CORAL.

HEY, DOUG, YOU HAVE AN EXTRA DOUBLE-ENDED CLIP?

Doug: YEAH.

CORALS SERVE AS AN INDICATOR SPECIES,

SORT OF A RED FLAG FOR WHEN

ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS ARE DETERIORATING.

WE SEE IT IN CORAL REEFS FIRST.

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RIGHT NOW, THE SITUATION IN SOUTH FLORIDA IS PAST URGENT,

SO ANY INFORMATION THAT WE CAN GATHER WILL HELP THE CAUSE.

IN BETWEEN ROW "C" AND "D," PLACE SOME GLOW STICKS ON THAT.

-I THINK WE HAVE PLENTY, RIGHT? -YEAH.

AND YOU CAN GO AHEAD AND CRACK THOSE IF YOU WANT.

OUR FIRST DIVE WILL SORT OF BE A SETUP DIVE.

WE'RE GONNA RUN SOME LINES

THAT'LL HAVE GLOW STICKS ATTACHED TO THEM

WHICH WILL HELP US NAVIGATE IN THE DARK.

[ INDISTINCT CONVERSATIONS AND LAUGHTER ]

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CORAL WAIT FOR THE WARMEST MONTH OF THE YEAR,

WHICH IS USUALLY AUGUST.

THE FULL MOON IS THE TRIGGER.

OVER THE NEXT PERIOD OF DAYS,

THE CORAL ALL WILL SPAWN SIMULTANEOUSLY.

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AND IT'S THIS SORT OF REVERSE RAIN.

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YOU CAN'T JUST GO OUT ANY NIGHT AND SEE CORAL SPAWN.

IT'S KIND OF LIKE SEEING A METEOR SHOWER.

YOU HAVE TO BE THERE, READY AND WAITING, TO OBSERVE IT.

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WE KNOW, THROUGH PAST EXPERIENCE,

THAT A SPAWN USUALLY DOESN'T HAPPEN

UNTIL AFTER 10:00 P.M., SO WE'RE GONNA PREP.

WE'RE GONNA MAKE A NICE LINE, SORT OF A RUNWAY,

WITH GLOW STICKS DOWN THE MIDDLE OF THE STAGHORN SECTION.

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WE HOPE THAT IT'LL BE A BIG NIGHT TOMORROW.

IT'S UP TO THE CORAL.

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[ INDISTINCT CONVERSATIONS ]

-THERE'S ONE! -HEY, LITTLE GUY!

-HEY, COME PLAY. -COME PLAY.

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-HELLO, KIDS! -OOH, YOU'RE CUTE!

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Stephanie: ZOZOS!

[ PENGUIN BARKS ]

SORRY. WATCH YOUR BUTT. OKAY. THANKS.

Jason: ZOLA DOESN'T LOOK OR FEEL HER BEST,

AND THAT IS ATTRIBUTED TO THE FACT

THAT SHE'S GOING THROUGH HER MOLT.

IT'S AN ANNUAL PROCESS THAT LASTS ABOUT

TWO TO THREE WEEKS PER YEAR.

-OKAY. -OKAY.

PENGUINS HAVE AN OIL GLAND AT THE BASE OF THEIR TAIL.

IT SECRETES AN OIL THAT THEY SPREAD ALL OVER THEIR FEATHERS,

AND THAT'S KIND OF WHAT KEEPS THEIR FEATHERS WATERPROOF,

AND AS THOSE FEATHERS AGE,

THEY DON'T HOLD ONTO THAT OIL AS WELL AS NEW ONES DO.

SO THAT'S THE WHOLE POINT OF MOLT --

TO DROP ALL OF THOSE OLD FEATHERS,

GROW NEW ONES IN SO THAT WHEN THEY'RE SWIMMING,

THEY'RE RELATIVELY WATERPROOF.

SO, ZOLA, EARLIER THIS YEAR, EXPERIENCED PNEUMONIA.

WE TREATED HER FOR THAT, AND SHE RECOVERED REALLY WELL

AND THEN WENT RIGHT INTO HER MOLT,

AND SO WE NOTICED SOME BEHAVIORAL CHANGES

THAT SEEMED KIND OF ABNORMAL FOR A BIRD

THAT WAS GOING THROUGH MOLT.

SHE SEEMED TO SHOW DISORIENTATION.

SO, YESTERDAY WE TOOK ZOLA IN FOR A CT SCAN

TO SEE WHAT WAS GOING ON INTERNALLY,

AND WE SAW SOME LESIONS ON HER LUNGS,

WHICH COULD MEAN THAT SHE HAS PNEUMONIA,

AND THAT RAISES SOME CONCERNS.

-HEY. -HEY.

HOW'S ZOLA? HOW YOU DOING, ZOE?

-SHE WANT -- -OH, LOOK AT --

OH, THAT WAS NOT A GREAT LANDING, BUT...

-READY, FREDDY? COME ON! -YUP.

Dr. Davis: I KNOW. I HAVE NEEDLES. I'M SORRY.

I'M GONNA LISTEN TO HER... FOR JUST A MINUTE.

Stephanie: OKAY.

LITTLE WHEEZY IN THERE, SISTER.

Dr. Davis: SHE DOES HAVE LESIONS IN HER LUNGS AGAIN

THAT ARE CONSISTENT WITH PNEUMONIA AND VERY SIMILAR

TO WHAT THEY LOOKED LIKE A COUPLE OF MONTHS AGO.

WE'RE PRETTY SURE THEY'RE CAUSED

BY A FUNGUS CALLED ASPERGILLOSIS,

AND ASPERGILLOSIS CAN BE FATAL IN PENGUINS.

-THAT. LIKE THAT. -SHE DEFINITELY HAS A WHEEZE.

ALL RIGHT, GIRLFRIEND.

ZOLA'S TREATMENT PLAN IS AN ORAL ANTIFUNGAL MEDICATION,

A NEBULIZED ANTIFUNGAL MEDICATION...

-READY? -MM-HMM.

...AND THEN SUPPORTIVE CARE TO KEEP HER HYDRATED

AND TO KEEP NUTRIENTS INTO HER.

WE'RE ALSO GIVING HER ANTIBIOTICS

TO KIND OF STOP ANY SECONDARY BACTERIAL INFECTIONS,

AND WE'RE GIVING HER ANTI-NAUSEA MEDICATION.

ALL RIGHT. SO, WHAT'S THE FOOD PLAN TODAY?

SO, WE'LL PROBABLY OFFER AND SEE IF SHE WILL TAKE IT READILY

AND SEE IF SHE'S ABLE TO KEEP IT DOWN.

-OKAY. -WHAT DO YOU THINK SHE'D WANT?

Stephanie: I WOULD SAY A CAPELIN AND A LARGE HERRING.

Jason: BASED ON WHAT WE SUSPECT ZOLA TO HAVE,

IT'S PERFECTLY SAFE FOR THE OTHER ANIMALS TO BE AROUND HER.

HI. YOU HUNGRY?

-OKAY. THERE YOU GO. -OH, GOOD GIRL.

I'M HOPING NOW THAT SHE'LL KEEP THE FISH DOWN.

SHE HAS BEEN REGURGITATING.

SHE'S ACTIVELY TRYING TO GET IT OUT.

BUMMER.

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[ SIGHS ] THAT'S NOT GOOD NEWS.

I DIDN'T PUSH IT AT ALL OTHER THAN JUST, LIKE,

PUTTING IT IN HER MOUTH, SO --

BUT MEANS THAT WE'LL LIKELY HAVE TO MOVE

TO TUBE-FEEDING IN SOME CAPACITY.

[ PENGUIN BARKS ]

Stephanie: HI! WHAT ARE YOU DOING?

MOLTY BIRD.

GOOD JOB!

ZOLA AND I HAVE A PRETTY AWESOME RELATIONSHIP.

IT'S ONE OF THE MOST REWARDING PARTS

ABOUT BEING A TRAINER.

IT'S HARD.

YOU KNOW, YOU DON'T EVER WANT ANY OF THE ANIMALS

THAT YOU CARE FOR TO FEEL BAD.

HI, SWEET GIRL.

AWW. YOU'RE SO PRETTY.

COME HERE AND SIT WITH ME.

[ PENGUIN BARKS ]

-HOPE YOU'RE READY. -OKAY.

OHH! [ CHUCKLES ]

IN AN IDEAL WORLD, THE SEALS ARE GONNA WALK WITH US

DOWN THE HALLWAY INTO THE ELEVATOR.

YOU GOT IT, BUD.

COME HERE. OH, FLOYD.

[ INDISTINCT CONVERSATIONS ]

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[ SHOUTING ]

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-HOPE YOU'RE READY. -OKAY.

-OHH! [ CHUCKLES ] -YOU GUYS, I'M SO EXCITED.

Katie: LAST YEAR, WE MOVED OUR HARBOR SEALS

CERBIE, FLOYD, AND ROSE FROM OUR BELUGA HABITAT

DOWN TO A TEMPORARY OFF-EXHIBIT HABITAT CALLED WEST HOLDING.

WE WERE TRAINING OUR SEALS TO GET IN THE ELEVATOR

AND WALK DOWN TO THAT WEST HOLDING HABITAT.

GOOD. OH, FLOYD.

BECAUSE WE WERE SEEING SOME BEHAVIOR

THAT INDICATED THEY WERE A LITTLE BIT APPREHENSIVE,

PARTICULARLY FROM FLOYD...

KENNEL.

...WE JUST DECIDED TO GO AHEAD AND KENNEL THEM

IN A SPACE THAT THEY'RE COMFORTABLE IN.

SO WE'RE TRYING AGAIN.

THE SEALS ARE GONNA MAKE THEIR WAY BACK UP

TO THE BELUGA WHALE HARBOR SEAL HABITAT

THAT THEY'RE USED TO.

-ALL RIGHT. LET'S DO IT. -SHALL WE?

-YUP. YOU ALL FEEL GOOD? -YUP.

-CONFIDENT? -YEAH.

-YEAH. -I DIG IT.

ALL RIGHT. LIGHTS ARE ON.

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-GOOD MORNING! -HI, BOY.

HEY. BOY.

LOOK HOW HANDSOME YOU ARE. GOOD.

WE COULD VERY EASILY PUT THEM IN THEIR KENNELS,

BUT THIS FELT LIKE A GOOD CHALLENGE,

TO BE MORE COMPETENT ANIMALS

TO ANYTHING THAT'S CHANGING AROUND THEM.

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YOU GOT IT, BUD. GOOD.

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WANNA COME DOWN HERE?

ALL RIGHT.

ROSIE LEADING THE CHARGE. YAY!

-NO FLOYD, THOUGH. -NOT AT ALL?

I SAW HIM COME DOWN THE STAIRS.

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GOOD BOY, CERBS. YOU GOT THIS.

CERBIE GOES FIRST. COME ON, BIG, SWEET BOY.

-HI, ROSE! -I'M GONNA GO IN.

-NO FLOYD, RIGHT? -NO FLOYD.

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-I'M READY. -ALL RIGHT. YOU GUYS READY?

-I'M READY. -COME ON IN HERE.

-CLOSING. -YOU'RE GOOD.

[ BEEPING ]

GOOD JOB.

ALL RIGHT.

OKAY. GET READY. HOLD IT OPEN.

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CERBIE.

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WATER.

HEY. ALL RIGHT, BUDDY!

-GOOD. -GOOD.

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NICE JOB, GUYS.

[ INDISTINCT CONVERSATIONS ]

-WHOA! -THAT'S AMAZING.

Child: THAT'S COOL!

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Katie: FLOYD HAD A HARD TIME COMING DOWN THE STAIRS.

WE CAN GO DOWN AND GET HIM RIGHT NOW.

GOOD BOY. GOOD. KENNEL?

GREAT. GOOD JOB, FLOYDIE.

ALL RIGHT. STAY.

-READY? -YUP.

COMING DOWN.

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GOOD BOY, FLOYD.

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HE GOT THE V.I.P. TREATMENT.

WATER? GOOD.

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YOU WANT ME TO COME IN BETWEEN THEM? THERE WE GO.

-GOOD! -YOU READY TO STEP BACK?

-MM-HMM. -BYE, BUDDY. GOOD JOB, SEALS.

-YAY! -WHOO!

-THEY MADE IT! -AWW!

OH, I MISSED THEIR LITTLE FACES UP HERE.

CERBIE AND ROSE CAME UP THE ELEVATOR

AND INTO THE HABITAT.

FLOYD DECIDED NOT TO PARTICIPATE TODAY,

WHICH WAS WHY WE HAD A BACKUP PLAN,

AND THAT'S PERFECT.

-OH, HERE COMES... -WOW.

Woman: OH, WOW!

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-HEY, CAPTAIN. -HEY, THERE.

WHAT'S GOING ON, SKIPPER?

Nathan: WE'RE HEADING OUT FOR OUR NIGHT DIVE TONIGHT

TO CHECK ON CORAL SPAWNING.

Man: LET'S DO IT.

CAPTAIN, WE'RE GOOD TO GO. WE HAVE 16.

Nathan: SO, WE KNOW THAT THIS IS SORT OF THE WINDOW OF OPPORTUNITY

FOR SPAWNING, BUT THAT DOESN'T MEAN

THAT IT'S GONNA HAPPEN SPECIFICALLY TONIGHT.

IT COULD HAPPEN TOMORROW NIGHT, THE NIGHT AFTER.

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MAYBE WE'LL SEE A TRICKLE TONIGHT,

AND MAYBE TOMORROW WILL BE BETTER.

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FOR A LOT OF PEOPLE, IT'S A ONCE-IN-A-LIFETIME THING,

AND THIS IS MY FIRST TIME SEEING CORAL SPAWN,

AND I'M PSYCHED ABOUT IT.

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HOPEFULLY, THE CORALS, IF THEY DO SPAWN,

THEY SHOULD START SPAWNING ABOUT 10:15 P.M.,

SO THAT SHOULD BE THE OPTIMAL WINDOW TO DO OUR DIVES.

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Steve: THIS IS WHAT WE WANT. THIS IS THE PRIZE.

SO, THIS IS ALL THE OBSERVATIONAL DATA.

SO MAKE SURE TO TAKE DETAILED NOTES.

-ALL RIGHT? -OH, YEAH.

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Man: WE SEE A COUPLE OF CLOUDS POPPING UP AROUND US.

[ THUNDER RUMBLES ]

THERE'S SOME LIGHTNING IN THEM.

SO WE'RE GONNA WAIT IT OUT, SEE WHAT HAPPENS.

HOPEFULLY, THEY BREEZE RIGHT BY US WITH NO PROBLEM.

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I THINK THIS IS CLEARING OUT, SO I THINK WE'LL BE ALL RIGHT.

THE POOL'S OPEN FOR EVERYONE.

-YES, SIR. -WE GOT IT.

Nathan: I'M JUST CHECKING OUT MY LIGHTS,

MAKING SURE THAT I CAN SEE WHERE WE'RE GOING.

IT'S A LOW RADIATION IN THE RED SPECTRUM,

SO IT DOESN'T BUG THE CORALS.

IT'S PRETTY EXCITING,

JUMPING INTO THIS INK-BLACK WATER

TO SEE WHAT'S GOING ON DOWN THERE.

LUCKILY, WE'VE LIT IT UP ON THE BOTTOM

WITH SOME GLOW STICKS AND SOME OTHER LIGHTS.

[ CHATTER ]

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Nathan: EACH TREE IS LABELED WITH GENETIC INFORMATION,

SO WE'RE GONNA BE NOTING INFORMATION

ABOUT THE CORALS LISTED

AND ALSO WHAT TIME THEY START TO SPAWN.

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THOSE THINGS WILL ALL HELP THE EFFORT

TO PRESERVE THESE CORALS AND CONTINUE TO MAXIMIZE

THEIR SUCCESS RATE IN SPAWNING.

ROGER THAT.

THEY GOT A LITTLE BIT OFF OF "G" ROW,

BUT A VERY SMALL SPAWN.

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WHEW.

Nathan: SO, IT DOES APPEAR TO BE STARTING.

THERE WAS AT LEAST ONE COLONY THAT DECIDED

TO SPAWN PARTIALLY THIS EVENING.

WHEN WE GOT TO IT, IT WAS ALREADY KIND OF DONE

WITH THAT SPAWNING SESSION, SO WE DIDN'T GET TO SEE IT,

BUT IT'S A GOOD OMEN FOR THINGS TO COME.

TOMORROW, WE'LL COME BACK, WE'LL GET BACK IN THE WATER,

AND PROBABLY HAVE PRETTY HIGH HOPES FOR MORE EXTENSIVE SPAWN

BECAUSE THIS IS SORT OF A PRECURSOR.

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Brett: ALL RIGHT, MAGGIE. GONNA GET A LITTLE PROCEDURE.

-THERE YOU GO. -OH, YEAH.

THIS ONE'S REALLY GETTING DOWN TO BUSINESS.

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Girl: LOOK AT THAT ONE!

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Brett: ALL RIGHT, MAGGIE. GONNA GET A LITTLE PROCEDURE.

WE'RE GOING TO DO, ESSENTIALLY, A DENTIST'S VISIT

FOR OUR FALSE MAP TURTLE MAGGIE.

WE'RE GONNA BE WEARING DOWN THE KERATIN PLATE

THAT'S IN THE ROOF OF HER MOUTH.

IF WE DON'T DO IT, EVENTUALLY

SHE WON'T BE ABLE TO EAT OR GRAB FOOD.

THERE'S NO NERVES IN IT.

IT'S JUST KIND OF LIKE TRIMMING OUR FINGERNAILS OR OUR HAIR.

YOU CAN SEE THAT BONY PLATE KIND OF GROWING UP

A LITTLE BIT ALONG THE BOTTOM.

ALL RIGHT, SO, WE'LL GIVE THE INJECTION,

AND THEN IT WILL TAKE, LIKE, 15 MINUTES.

WE ARE GOING TO GIVE THIS TURTLE SOME ANESTHETIC,

AND THEN WE'RE GONNA BE ABLE TO WORK ON HER BITE PLATES,

AND WE'LL DREMEL THEM DOWN SO THAT SHE'S ABLE TO BITE

A LITTLE BIT MORE EASILY.

IF MAGGIE WERE IN THE WILD

AND SHE HAD AN OVERGROWTH OF BITE PLATES, OVER TIME,

SHE WOULD BE UNABLE TO EAT AND, UNFORTUNATELY, NOT SURVIVE.

ALL RIGHT. CAN YOU GUYS NOTE THE TIME?

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OKAY.

[ TOOL WHIRRING ]

THE DREMEL PROCEDURE IS REALLY SAFE.

♪♪

IN VETERINARY MEDICINE, WE FREQUENTLY USE IT

FOR BEAK TRIMS, NAIL TRIMS, AND IN MAGGIE'S CASE,

WE'RE USING IT TO FILE DOWN THE PLATES IN HER MOUTH.

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CAN WE GET THAT BIGGER ONE AND SWITCH TO IT FOR THE TOP?

-THERE YOU GO. -OH, YEAH.

THIS ONE'S REALLY GETTING DOWN TO BUSINESS.

JUST LIKE DOGS AND CATS GET A NAIL TRIM,

THIS PROCEDURE ISN'T UNCOMFORTABLE FOR MAGGIE.

SHE WON'T FEEL WHAT WE'RE DOING

BECAUSE HER BITE PLATES DON'T HAVE ANY NERVE ENDINGS.

LET'S CHECK THAT LITTLE MOUTH.

SHE'S LOOKING BETTER. IT'S WAY BETTER.

OKAY, LITTLE ONE.

SHE CAN SIT IN HER LITTLE BUCKET TO WAKE UP.

Brett: READY TO GO BACK?

YEAH, LOOK AT HER. SHE'S KICKING YA.

-READY TO GO. -THANKS, BRETT.

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Brett: SO, I PUT HER UP THERE, AND, THAT WAY,

WHEN SHE'S READY TO HOP IN THE WATER,

SHE'LL MOVE HERSELF IN THERE,

AND I'M JUST GONNA OBSERVE HER,

MAKE SURE THAT SHE'S AWAKE ENOUGH TO KIND OF SWIM AROUND.

THERE SHE GOES.

MAGGIE'S GONNA STAY HERE FOR A FEW DAYS

SO THAT WE CAN MONITOR HER WHILE SHE RECOVERS

BEFORE WE MOVE HER TO A NEW EXHIBIT.

THAT'S A NICE BREATH RIGHT THERE.

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[ INDISTINCT CONVERSATIONS ]

Child: THEY'RE SO CUTE!

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[ BEEP ]

HI, FRIEND.

AWW. SWEET GIRL.

SHE HASN'T REALLY MOVED MUCH AT ALL THIS AFTERNOON.

SEEING HER BE MORE DULL OR LESS BRIGHT RIGHT NOW IS HARD.

SHE'S GOT VERY FEW RED BLOOD CELLS.

SO, TODAY THE VETS ARE GOING TO TRY

A BLOOD TRANSFUSION WITH ZOLA.

GOOD BOY, DODIE. COME ON.

Jennifer: THIS IS DODO. WE'RE HEADED TO THE VET SUITE.

HE'S GONNA BE THE BLOOD DONOR FOR ZOLA TODAY.

DODO IS ONE OF OUR BIGGEST BIRDS,

WHICH MEANS HE CAN DONATE MORE BLOOD,

AND HE'S REALLY HEALTHY AND HEARTY,

SO WE THOUGHT HE'D BE A GREAT CHOICE.

OH, STUD MUFFIN! YOU'RE HERE TO SAVE THE DAY!

OXYGEN'S AT 2. CvO's AT 8.

I'M SORRY, MY LOVE. GONNA NEED A LITTLE HELP.

THERE WE GO.

-MASK IS ON. -88.

-OKAY. -ALL RIGHT.

LET'S PUT HIM ON HIS SIDE.

ALL RIGHT, GUYS. READY?

-I WANT 45 MILS. -OKAY.

THIS WILL BE 45.

YOU'RE A GOOD BOY.

-GOOD? -DONE.

OKAY. WAKE HIM UP.

HE IS DOING GREAT.

HE'S RECOVERING FROM ANESTHESIA, BUT HE GAVE ALL OF THE BLOOD

THAT THE VETS WERE HOPING TO GET,

AND I ANTICIPATE HE'LL EAT THE BIG HERRING

THAT STEPHANIE'S GOT READY FOR HIM PRETTY SOON.

YOU DID A GOOD THING TODAY.

Woman: THANK YOU, DODO.

Dr. Anderson: ALL RIGHT.

SO, THE TWO BIG GOALS ARE FEEDING-TUBE PLACEMENT

SO WE CAN GIVE NUTRITIONAL SUPPORT,

AND I.V. CATHETER PLACEMENT

SO WE CAN DO A BLOOD TRANSFUSION.

-OKAY. -HAPPY?

-YUP. -ALL RIGHT. LET'S DO IT.

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Stephanie: IT'S ALL RIGHT. YOU'RE ALL RIGHT.

Dr. Anderson: ZOLA'S HANGING IN THERE,

BUT SOME OF HER OTHER CLINICAL SIGNS

PAIRED WITH HER BLOOD WORK HAD BE CONCERNED.

HI. I KNOW.

WE THINK SHE HAS A SIGNIFICANT DISEASE PROCESS GOING ON,

AND POTENTIALLY SHE WAS HAVING SOME TROUBLE

METABOLIZING SOME OF HER DRUGS.

-MASK. -ALL THE WAY?

ALL THE WAY. LET 'ER RIP.

SO, SHE HAS CONTINUED TO HAVE A PROGRESSIVE ANEMIA,

AND SHE HAS A LOWER WHITE BLOOD CELL COUNT.

SO THAT'S OUR GO-TO SPOT. READY, GUYS?

AND IT WAS WHAT'S DRIVING THE FACTOR TODAY

OF DOING THE BLOOD TRANSFUSION, PLUS PLACING THE FEEDING TUBE.

IF YOU'RE HAPPY, WE CAN WRAP THIS SUCKER

AND GET OUT OF DODGE.

OKAY.

THE FEEDING TUBE MAY HELP US GIVE NUTRIENTS MORE OFTEN,

WHICH IS WHY WE ULTIMATELY PLACED IT.

WE DON'T WANT TO HAVE TO COME BACK TO IT IN A DAY OR TWO.

WE ALREADY HAD HER UNDER ANESTHESIA.

IT'S BETTER TO JUST GET IT ALL DONE AT ONCE.

Dr. Delaune: WE'RE WORKING ON PLACING THE I.V. CATHETER.

THIS IS HOW WE'RE GONNA DELIVER THE BLOOD TRANSFUSION,

SO WE HAVE TO BE VERY CAREFUL UNTIL IT'S TAPED IN.

NOBODY MOVE. NOBODY TALK. NOBODY BREATHE.

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OKAY.

YOU'RE DOING GREAT, GUYS.

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Stephanie: WATCHING ZOLA GO THROUGH ALL THIS, IT'S HARD,

BUT I KNOW THAT THE VETS ARE DOING THE BEST JOB.

Dr. Anderson: WE'RE GONNA CLEAN UP AND GET READY

TO DO THE BLOOD TRANSFUSION.

I JUST WANT HER MORE AWAKE BEFORE WE DO IT.

-THANKS. -[ LAUGHS ]

WE WILL DO THE TRANSFUSION WHEN SHE IS AWAKE FROM ANESTHESIA

SO WE CAN MORE EFFECTIVELY MONITOR HEART RATE

AND TEMPERATURE OUTSIDE OF ANESTHESIA

TO MAKE SURE SHE'S NOT HAVING A NEGATIVE REACTION.

WHERE YOU GOING? WHERE YOU GOING?

YOU'RE FINE.

SHE'S VERY ANEMIC, MEANING SHE DOESN'T HAVE

VERY MANY RED BLOOD CELLS.

THAT MAKES HER VERY TIRED BECAUSE HER BODY ISN'T ABLE

TO DELIVER OXYGEN LIKE IT SHOULD,

SO THE PURPOSE FOR THE BLOOD

IS TO HELP HER OXYGEN-CARRYING CAPACITY

SO SHE FEELS BETTER WHILE HER BODY, HOPEFULLY,

HAS TIME TO REGENERATE AND MAKE SOME OF ITS OWN RED BLOOD CELLS.

THAT LOOKS LIKE THE WORST JOB IN THE WORLD, RIGHT THERE.

-TERRIBLE. -YEAH.

MY FEET UP. IF THIS CHAIR RECLINES...

Dr. Anderson: SO FAR, ZOLA SEEMS TO BE TOLERATING

THE BLOOD TRANSFUSION, WHICH IS GREAT.

SHE CERTAINLY CAN STILL HAVE A REACTION IN THE NEXT DAY OR TWO,

SO THOSE ARE THINGS WE'RE GONNA CONTINUE TO WATCH.

-YEAH. -HER TEMPERATURE IS HOLDING.

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SO NOW WE'RE JUST GONNA LET HER REST,

AND THEN WE'RE GONNA LOOK TO FEED HER

IN ABOUT AN HOUR AND A HALF.

HI, SWEET GIRL.

BUT SHE'S GOT A LOT GOING ON,

AND WE'RE JUST TRYING TO SUPPORT HER THE BEST THAT WE CAN

AND JUST GIVE HER TIME TO SEE IF SHE CAN RALLY.

GOOD GIRL.

WE HAD ONE CORAL START THINKING ABOUT SPAWNING LAST NIGHT.

LET'S GO HAVE SOME FUN.

WE'RE GONNA GO DOWN AND FOCUS ON THAT CORAL

AND SEE IF IT'S READY TO REALLY DO ITS THING.

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Nathan: WELL, WE HAD ONE CORAL START THINKING

ABOUT SPAWNING LAST NIGHT.

WE'RE GONNA GO DOWN

AND FOCUS ON THAT CORAL ESPECIALLY

AND SEE IF IT'S READY TO REALLY DO ITS THING.

LITTLE BIT WINDY, SO WE MIGHT BE EXPECTING A LITTLE BUMPY RIDE,

BUT LET'S GO HAVE SOME FUN.

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THIS IS GONNA BE THE NIGHT THAT THE CORALS ARE GONNA SPAWN.

I CAN FEEL IT.

KW5 IS THE GENOTYPE THAT SPAWNED YESTERDAY,

SO WE'LL CHECK IN ON IT, SEE HOW IT GOES,

BUT HOPEFULLY WE'LL SEE MORE SPAWNING THAN WE SAW YESTERDAY.

LET'S GET IT.

AS SOON AS WE MAKE OUR WAY DOWN TO THE BOTTOM OF THE NURSERY,

WE'RE GONNA HEAD OVER TO KW5,

WHICH IS A GENOTYPE THAT SPAWNED LAST NIGHT,

SO WE REALLY THINK TONIGHT IT'LL SPAWN EVEN BIGGER.

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YOU GO AHEAD.

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[ INDISTINCT CONVERSATIONS ]

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GOOD STUFF. COPY THAT.

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-WHOO! -YES.

HERE'S HOPING WE SEE SOME CORAL SPAWNING.

WHOO.

I'M GONNA GRAB ANOTHER AIR TANK, HEAD BACK DOWN.

THE FOOD CHAIN GETS REVVED UP

BECAUSE A LOT OF THE ANIMALS IN THIS ECOSYSTEM

ALSO EAT THE SPERM AND THE EGGS

THAT THE CORALS ARE PRODUCING TONIGHT,

SO IT'S LIKE A DINNER BELL

FOR A LOT OF LITTLE CRUSTACEANS IN THE WATER.

HEAR A LOT OF CRACKLING NOISES

AS A LOT OF DIFFERENT ANIMALS AND CRITTERS

PREPARE TO EAT THAT SPAWN THAT'S ABOUT TO BE RELEASED.

SO, I THINK IT WAS A LITTLE BIT LOUDER THAN IT WAS LAST NIGHT,

WHICH IS A GOOD SIGN.

THIS IS OUR SUPER BOWL,

SO THIS IS THE TIME OF THE YEAR TO BE AN AQUARIST.

WE'RE TRYING TO SWAP GEAR AS QUICKLY AS POSSIBLE

BECAUSE WE DO NOT WANT TO MISS THE BIG EVENT.

READY?

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Man: THEY'RE SPAWNING.

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-[ LAUGHS ] -INSIDE THE SNOW GLOBE.

Man: THAT'S AWESOME.

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Man: WE GOT DIVERS COMING IN.

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Steve: ALWAYS AMAZING TO SEE IT.

I'VE SEEN CORAL SPAWNING AT LEAST A HALF DOZEN TIMES,

AND IT'S JUST SPECTACULAR EVERY TIME.

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-WHOO! -I'M EXCITED.

I FEEL LIKE IT'S MADE THIS WHOLE TRIP COMPLETELY WORTH IT.

-DO IT! -THIS IS WHAT WE'RE AFTER.

THIS IS THE FINAL PRODUCT HERE, ALL THESE OBSERVATIONS,

AND THIS IS REALLY CRITICAL INFORMATION

THAT WE CAN USE TO BETTER UNDERSTAND

THESE CRITICALLY ENDANGERED SPECIES.

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[ BEEP ]

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Jason: AFTER THE BLOOD TRANSFUSION,

ZOLA WAS LOOKING BETTER, BUT WITHIN THE LAST FEW DAYS,

WE'RE NOTICING A DECLINE IN HER BEHAVIOR.

WE HAVE BEEN HAVING PEOPLE COME IN ALL THROUGHOUT

THE DAY AND NIGHT TO DISPENSE MEDICATION,

GIVE HER FOOD WHEN NECESSARY, AND JUST SPEND TIME WITH HER.

SHE'S SHOWING AN INABILITY TO HOLD HERSELF UP,

AND THERE'S SOME INDICATION THAT SHE'S STARTING TO SUFFER

SOME NEUROLOGICAL, UH -- NEUROLOGICAL ISSUES.

THE DECLINE OVER THE COURSE OF THE DAY IS ENOUGH TO...

IT HAS BEEN PRETTY RAPID.

UNFORTUNATELY, ZOLA

IS VERY UNLIKELY TO RECOVER AT THIS POINT.

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[ SNIFFLES ]

THE DECISION TO EUTHANIZE

IS THE HARDEST DECISION IN THE WORLD,

AND IT'S NEVER MADE BY ONE PERSON OR ONE TEAM.

THE MAMMAL-AND-BIRD TEAM CAN EVALUATE THE COMFORT LEVEL

BETTER BECAUSE THEY'RE WITH THEM SO OFTEN.

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-MM-HMM. -OKAY.

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I DON'T HEAR HER HEARTBEAT ANYMORE.

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[ SNIFFLING ]

Stephanie: EVER SINCE ZOLA HATCHED,

SHE HAS BEEN A PART OF THE GEORGIA AQUARIUM WORLD.

SHE HELPED US TELL PEOPLE

ABOUT AFRICAN PENGUINS AND WHY THEY'RE IMPORTANT.

Crowd: YAY!

Stephanie: I'M GONNA MISS ZOLA LIKE CRAZY,

BUT YOU DO HAVE TO REMEMBER

THAT THERE ARE 50 OTHER PENGUINS

THAT ALSO NEED CARE AND ATTENTION.

GOOD JOB, ZOZOS.

HI, SWEET GIRL.

IT'S NOT JUST A JOB FOR US.

WE CARE A LOT.

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Brett: SHE LOOKS LIKE SHE'S READY TO EXPLORE.

MAGGIE'S GOING TO MEET A LOT OF NEW KIND OF ROOMMATES

THAT SHE HASN'T HAD BEFORE.

Woman: THAT'S SO COOL!

[ EXCITED CHATTER ]

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Woman: WOW.

[ BEEP ]

Brett: TODAY IS A REALLY EXCITING DAY.

WE'RE GONNA BE MOVING MAGGIE, OUR FALSE MAP TURTLE,

FROM THIS OFF-DISPLAY HOLDING EXHIBIT

INTO OUR GEORGIA NATIVE STREAM.

MAGGIE'S REALLY RECOVERING GREATLY FROM HER PROCEDURE.

YOU KNOW, THAT'S LOOKING REALLY GOOD.

SHE'S BEEN EATING REALLY WELL. SHE'S BEEN PUTTING ON WEIGHT.

SHE'S BEEN TONG-FEEDING REALLY WELL,

AND WE'LL CONTINUE TO MONITOR HER AS WE GO ALONG.

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MAGGIE, IT'S GONNA BE A BIG DAY FOR YOU.

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OUR GEORGIA NATIVE RIVER EXHIBIT,

IT'S OUR LARGEST EXHIBIT IN THE FRESHWATER GALLERY.

IT MIMICS THE NATURAL ECOSYSTEM

YOU'D FIND RIGHT HERE IN GEORGIA.

IT'S GONNA BE A BIG CHANGE FOR HER.

IT'S ALSO GONNA BE A BIG CHANGE

FOR THE OTHER ANIMALS ON EXHIBIT, AS WELL.

-HEY, NATE. -ALL RIGHT!

SHE LOOKS LIKE SHE'S READY TO EXPLORE.

Brett: MAGGIE'S GOING TO MEET A LOT OF NEW KIND OF ROOMMATES

THAT SHE HASN'T HAD BEFORE.

YOU CAN SEE DWIGHT RIGHT THERE.

HE'S OUR LARGEST FISH IN THIS EXHIBIT.

HE'S OUR LAKE STURGEON.

THESE ARE GONNA BE THE SAME TYPES OF SPECIES

THAT FALSE MAP TURTLES WOULD NATURALLY COHABITATE WITH.

READY TO SEND MAGGIE INTO HER NEW REALM?

YEAH.

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Brett: THERE YOU GO. WELL DONE.

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THERE'S A LITTLE BIT OF CURRENT RIGHT THERE, AT THAT SPOT.

IT'S SUCH A BIG CHANGE FOR HER.

YOU COULD SEE THE WATER MOVING HER A LITTLE BIT,

SO SHE'LL GET USED TO THAT.

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THERE SHE GOES.

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-NOT TOO INTIMIDATED. -NO, NOT AT ALL.

SHE'S APPROACHING LIFE WITH CONFIDENCE.

THERE WE GO. THE FIRST BREATH. [ LAUGHS ]

NEW ADDITION. THE FIRST TURTLE EVER IN THIS HABITAT.

SO THAT'S PRETTY EXCITING.

SO, I BROUGHT UP SOME KRILL, SOME SILVERSIDES, SOME SHRIMP.

SO AS LONG AS SHE GETS A COUPLE PIECES, I'LL BE HAPPY.

OH, THERE YOU GO. SHE'S ALREADY TAKEN A PIECE OF SHRIMP.

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Brett: AH, HERE SHE COMES.

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Girl: THERE'S A TURTLE!

-SHE'S JUST CHILLIN'. -[ LAUGHS ]

-WE'RE GOOD. -OH, YEAH.

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