A Lot or a Little?
What you will—and won't—find in this TV show.
Messages include responsible pet ownership and conservation.
Positive Role Models
The staff loves animals, and are trained to work with them safely and responsibly.
Violence & Scariness
Some animals are extremely dangerous; the consequences of mishandling them are discussed. Contains scenes of animals snapping or preparing to attack.
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"Screw," "damn": bleeped cursing.
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Products & Purchases
The logo for Wild Transport, a real company, is often visible.
Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that reality series Wild Transport will appeal to animal lovers thanks to its range of exotic creatures, as well as the positive themes about responsible animal ownership and conservation. There's lots of bleeped cursing ("s--t," "f--k"), and younger viewers may find some scenes with the more dangerous animals a little scary. The show revolves around an animal relocation company that takes animals from unsafe homes and transports them to nature preserves sometimes across the country; they're pros who deal with all kinds of animals that may put them in peril. Viewers of all ages should be reminded to never attempt what they see here.
Is It Any Good?
The series offers a pretty entertaining look at how exotic animals of all kinds are safely relocated from one side of the country to the other. Kids will enjoy seeing the cool variety of animals, but may be upset by their problematic living conditions before they're transported. Common problems associated with owning some of these wild creatures are discussed, including the kind of care they need, expenses they incur, and the potential risks that come with handling them. The program is more entertaining than educational, thanks to the lighthearted and often-humorous banter between the likable staff. The way they work with the animals is fun to watch, too. Ultimately, it's a positive show that underscores the importance of responsible animal ownership and handling.
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