One Zoo Three returns to our screens this week with 11 new episodes from series two.

Based at Paradise Wildlife Park in the heart of Hertfordshire and its sister site, The Big Cat Sanctuary in Kent, this fun, educational series returns with a bundle of new additions with conservation at the heart.

The CBBC-led show follows brothers Cam, Tyler and Aaron Whitnall on wild adventures that take them further than ever.

From coming face to face with Bengal tigers in the wild to visiting conservation partners in India, the series is a must for young nature lovers.

Tyler, from One Zoo Three, said: "It’s a fun way for young viewers to engage and learn about wildlife, nature and conservation, which is important to us."

The Comet: Tyler Whitnall with Tamara the Tapir Tyler Whitnall with Tamara the Tapir (Image: Paradise Wildlife Park)




The Comet: Aaron Whitnall with Pangolin at Leipzig Zoo.Aaron Whitnall with Pangolin at Leipzig Zoo. (Image: Paradise Wildlife Park)

The series will also follow the brothers as they are invited for a behind-the-scenes tour at one of Europe’s most forward-thinking zoos, Leipzig Zoo.

Here the German team introduce brothers Cam, Tyler and Aaron to some of their largest members and even some of their most endangered animals.

Viewers of the series will get an up close and personal encounter with some of the world's most elusive species. It even features the birth of a cute red panda cub.

Aaron said: "One Zoo Three has been life-changing, and it’s been wonderful to see how many people enjoy the show and feel like they are learning from it too!"

The 11 new episodes will be available on BBC iPlayer from Monday, January 30, with the full 26 episodes of series two available. 

You can also watch the new episodes on the CBBC channel, Monday to Thursday, at 5.35pm.

The Comet: Cam Whitnall with meerkatsCam Whitnall with meerkats (Image: Paradise Wildlife Park)

Cam, from One Zoo Three, states: "These episodes are the best ones yet!

"One Zoo Three has hit such a broad audience already, and to see the impact the show has had in a positive way, not just for kids, but parents and grandparents too, is really great."

You can catch up with all the earlier episodes on BBC iPlayer now.

The Comet: The Whitnall brothers at Paradise Wildlife Park.The Whitnall brothers at Paradise Wildlife Park. (Image: Paradise Wildlife Park)