Jack Hanna Brings Dwarf Rabbits, Lion to 'GMA'

Director emeritus of the Columbus Zoo shows off big cats and small critters.
4:04 | 03/16/12

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Transcript for Jack Hanna Brings Dwarf Rabbits, Lion to 'GMA'
We're looking at one of the eighty animals that we have here all sizes all stripes no pun intended brought to us. By Jack Hanna -- -- director emeritus of the Columbus new -- act can do and so lots of babies today starting with a -- is a very special got -- -- start of the -- this is Siberian tiger and all these tigers the American zoological park association accord association. There and -- the program now these animals the -- listen 200 left in the -- -- this magnificent creature from our the largest catch the world. These are not pets -- for these folks watching these are from grant claws are already sold it on this -- Aussie -- will these animals take down that the -- tiger to -- 2000 pound water buffalo and thirty seconds. Plus he's sixty pounds -- -- at -- -- some -- actually so much there's the let's blow up. Many do we can all sleep picture five B -- -- can swim most -- swim. They're beautiful creature solitary kept all the way and one you have to look at that face him you have to admit. For us to see -- go into extinction or lifetime would be a tragedy tragedy you know beyond tragic indeed there's still teaching -- is not the couldn't yes they're hunted for their blood of hundreds of their bone the medicinal purposes and and and in the -- in the east. That's just too bad because that doesn't do anything announcing that the cultures the cultures right now we can't do that anymore there's only two of these live arrived at 14100 single tigers left in India. -- you wanna save the ones we have you know absolutely in the -- them over here. You -- this is -- ladylike and we're here. Look at that I remember when I would -- the first time -- simply not lines were like rabbits there were everywhere you imagine that we lost 70% of -- -- populations -- -- -- after the 1978 -- -- 97 that he's using Iran as his son as his hand. Carroll is like now I'm not like and that that nuts that thinking of these beau Estes to death just to cover when people wonder boy look like real -- little -- -- me tell you something. When these animals get to be full grown. It is not only. It obviously is a wild animal. These animals are so powerful it's unbelievable. If there's a lot of Stanley love between the lions in the -- I mean -- -- -- hanging out together they are really in love with each other and there's a lot of -- -- regret the social -- Kremlin only social cuts are -- -- -- -- solitary. You know that the mail will sit the -- the the Milken -- -- but we don't today. The mill -- he thought the people can bring her up to fifty times in one day and my father -- -- -- They'll actually I -- and I -- I was going to well just think people think -- make up facts on the cutting off witnesses. I'll always just call special friends but this is that at the Portland and the -- a porcupine they usually not to touch and write on my lap military. -- -- a foot body left loaded kinda. -- -- -- -- -- What I -- -- that right just like debt -- people think porcupine throws or will they do not grow older they don't shoot them because I was that they did like you do what you touched in the come out that this is -- -- -- Williams asked them -- are the quills will shoot into the as you know what they actually don't fire them they just once you've touched them -- -- and yeah our biggest and we'll get -- be this big huge heart health -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- Hamas -- to start -- fort -- -- -- -- a little -- now there's like 4000 in the woods and read like crazy they do bring. But you are the reason they got to act like you don't hear that -- I don't know I don't I didn't quite you don't hear about -- -- event yeah. All animals are safe yeah. You -- which -- -- -- think that Jack Hanna while countdown airs Saturday on select ABC stations and that I and missed his morning news.

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