A Safari Adventure Like You've Never Seen Before

ABC News' Amy Robach Travels to Tanzania to help save the kings of the jungle.
1:05 | 02/22/16

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Finally, we're just hours away from "Gma's" big safari adventure. A live, 360-degree view. Amy robach tonight from Tanzania. Reporter: It's the landscape taking our breath away. The elephants, hippos, zebras, and lions daring to take you, for the first time ever on television, live on safari. Greeting us along the way? These guys. Conservationists at the sanctuary, risking their lives to save nature's fiercest animals from illegal hunting. You're literally fattening them up to send them back out? Send them back out. Reporter: They take me to the orphaned lion cubs. I quickly learn, they're watching every move we make. Oh, my. Woo. In the next room over -- she's beautiful -- a 3-month-old caracal. She was being smuggled out of the country before being rescued. Oh, how pretty are you. Some of the wildlife you'll see tomorrow morning as we take you on safari live. Thank you, Amy. We'll be watching. "Gma," first thing in the morning.

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