Disney has announced that the third season of the National Geographic series “Secrets Of The Zoo: Tampa” is coming to Disney+ in the United States on Wednesday 2nd March 2022. Disney had previously announced the series for 23rd February 2022, however, it wasn’t added for an unknown reason.

“Secrets Of The Zoo: Tampa” embraces the wild side of the Sunshine State with a stellar zoo team devoted to an exotic cast of animals, from black bear cubs to otters, panthers to manatees, and more.

This series is filmed entirely at Tampa’s award-winning Zoo, and see the behind-the-scenes stories of amazing animals and the dedicated team entrusted with their care. From rescued manatees needing 24-hour critical care to the notable birth of an endangered white rhino, the series features an array of compelling stories that highlight the Zoo’s mission to protect and preserve animals, while helping to inspire the next generation of wildlife champions.

No release date has yet been announced for when the third season will premiere on the National Geographic Wild channel.

The first two seasons are available to watch on Disney+ now.

Are you looking forward to the return of “Secrets Of The Zoo: Tampa” ?





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  1. Alanna Brann July 1, 2022

    The two big brown bears feeding episode. I believe they are in Tampa zoo. They said that every time one of the bears ate the vegetables and 🍎, one of the bears would start coughing and they didn’t know what was causing this. The simple answer to the problem is called “choke”! Many times horses get this life threatening condition after eating whole apples or large hard fruit of any kind. Causing a blockage, nothing goes in or out. A veterinarian has to shove a tube down the esophagus to the stomach to dislodge the blockage. Simple solution is don’t feed the bears any large fruit. Cut them up in smaller pieces. I hope this helps.