Jungle Jack heads to Zimbabwe around the corner from majestic Victoria Falls. The employees of Elephant Camp work to provide a home for orphaned African elephants in need. Jack assists this team in radio collaring a female elephant which will eventually be set free. Next, he takes a walk with an orphaned cheetah which is getting a second chance at life.
Jack heads to Botswana's Okavango Delta thriving wildlife such as crocodiles, hippos and elephants. He later hits the safari truck to explore a nearby landscape where he encounters African wild dogs and elusive leopards.
Jack heads out to Hwange National Park for a lion-tracking expedition learning the dynamic social structure of the amazing these big cats and hits the trail looking for African wild dogs. He later dives into Devil's Pool for one-of-a-kind view of Victoria Falls.
Jack visits Zimbabwe concerning about droughts, poaching, and a lack of resources which have left many species fighting for survival. He check outs what conservationists are doing on the ground to protect African wild dogs, rhinos, elephants, and many other African animals.
Jack heads to Yulee, Florida's renowned breeding and research center conserves endangered species one animal at a time such as cheetahs, southern white rhinos, Indian Rhinos, addra gazelles and many other iconic animals.
Jungle Jack heads to Florida to meet some unexpected residents in a small town known as Wauchula. The Center for Great Apes provides a loving home to dozens orangutans and chimpanzees in need. After being rescued or retired from the entertainment industry, many of these playful primates remain at this animal sanctuary for their safety.