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'''''Going Wild with Jeff Corwin''''' is a nature documentary television series produced and aired in the late 1990s on the Disney Channel. Hosted by Jeff Corwin, the show lasted for two seasons from 1997 to 1999 before it was cancelled. Corwin travels to natural places around the world, including Florida, South Africa, Papua New Guinea, Death Valley, and Hawaii, searching for wild animals. In each episode, Jeff searches for a "Feature Creature", and always finds it at the end of the episode. Creatures previously featured include manatees, cobras, crocodiles, bighorn sheep, dolphins, and bears. As he explores, Jeff looks for "Creature Clues" to help him find the animal. In some episodes, Jeff also explores ancient ruins, including, Gila Cliff Dwellings, Port Arthur, Rhyolite, and Ayutthaya.
 
'''''Going Wild with Jeff Corwin''''' is a nature documentary television series produced and aired in the late 1990s on the Disney Channel. Hosted by Jeff Corwin, the show lasted for two seasons from 1997 to 1999 before it was cancelled. Corwin travels to natural places around the world, including Florida, South Africa, Papua New Guinea, Death Valley, and Hawaii, searching for wild animals. In each episode, Jeff searches for a "Feature Creature", and always finds it at the end of the episode. Creatures previously featured include manatees, cobras, crocodiles, bighorn sheep, dolphins, and bears. As he explores, Jeff looks for "Creature Clues" to help him find the animal. In some episodes, Jeff also explores ancient ruins, including, Gila Cliff Dwellings, Port Arthur, Rhyolite, and Ayutthaya.
  
The series remains lost, as it has never been released legally on DVD or VHS.
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The series has never been released legally on DVD or VHS. Even so, a few episodes and promos do exist online.
  
 
== Updates ==
 
== Updates ==
An episode was found in Latin Spanish:  
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{{#ev:youtube|https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QkEK3pfY-_o|320x240|center|The Kenyan episode of the series (Latin Spanish).}}
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QkEK3pfY-_o (The Africa one)
 
  
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Revision as of 01:30, 8 October 2017

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Status: Partially Found

Going Wild with Jeff Corwin is a nature documentary television series produced and aired in the late 1990s on the Disney Channel. Hosted by Jeff Corwin, the show lasted for two seasons from 1997 to 1999 before it was cancelled. Corwin travels to natural places around the world, including Florida, South Africa, Papua New Guinea, Death Valley, and Hawaii, searching for wild animals. In each episode, Jeff searches for a "Feature Creature", and always finds it at the end of the episode. Creatures previously featured include manatees, cobras, crocodiles, bighorn sheep, dolphins, and bears. As he explores, Jeff looks for "Creature Clues" to help him find the animal. In some episodes, Jeff also explores ancient ruins, including, Gila Cliff Dwellings, Port Arthur, Rhyolite, and Ayutthaya.

The series has never been released legally on DVD or VHS. Even so, a few episodes and promos do exist online.

Updates[edit | edit source]

The Kenyan episode of the series (Latin Spanish).