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  • when I was a young one.

  • Hug Hey there, folks.

  • And welcome to another episode of What's up?

  • Disney?

  • Plus when we talk All things Disney Plus today we're soaring around the world with Nat Geo.

  • Yes, we're traveling to the American South to meet the real life superheroes of Nat Geo Wild The Critter fixers, a team of best friend bets.

  • And then we're climbing our way to the top with Alex Honnold and Jimmy Chin from the Oscar winning film Free Solo.

  • Ah, lot of worldly explorations.

  • Let's dive right in.

  • My excitement is through the wolf because the doctors are in the critter fixers air here to save the day with their fast and furry ist top notch care.

  • I see what you did there.

  • Dr.

  • Hodgins and Dr Ferguson are veterinarians who treat and care for over 20,000 patients at the Critter Fixer Veterinarian Hospital, 100 miles south of Atlanta.

  • Joining us on the doctors who found their animal purpose in life.

  • Here's Dr Hodgins and Dr Ferguson.

  • Thank you so much for coming on the show, guys.

  • Thank you for having me.

  • Thank you so much.

  • Okay, So you two have been friends for a long time.

  • How did you two meet?

  • Good friends, huh?

  • Yeah, I guess.

  • I like way we've met in underground.

  • Uh, he and I both went Thio Fort Valley State University, which is here in Georgia.

  • And I was a veterinary science major and he was a biology major.

  • He's really smart.

  • Let me about him.

  • At that time, we didn't know that we would be partners and veterinarians, but, you know, out of tide turns, Okay, So tell us what the Siri's critter fixers is all about.

  • We treat a lot of animals.

  • When we treat a gamut of animals, you'll see every type of species and animals and credit from camels to it.

  • I think this season we'll have a spotter on it.

  • People will learn from watching the show, and we get stuff all the time.

  • Like they said.

  • I didn't know that.

  • You know, animals take medicine.

  • That that we take our I don't know, dogs and cats get diabetes.

  • So you know all those things that they learned from watching the show, and you will see the love.

  • That's the biggest thing I love a pit I love for our community.

  • That's that's The biggest thing in the community has come and support us in so many ways, you know?

  • Now I know you guys have your vet degrees, but we wanted to give you the chance to have your very own Disney plus degrees.

  • So we're going to show you an array of characters throughout Disney Plus, and you two are going to try to guess the correct species.

  • I'm pretty sure you have the, uh, qualifications to get the job done.

  • All right, let's do it.

  • First up.

  • Flash from Utopia Looks like a slide.

  • That is correct.

  • Yes.

  • Three.

  • Next up.

  • Cuba from the line.

  • Keith, Our final answer is Warthog.

  • That's correct, huh?

  • Yes.

  • And speaking of the Lion King salmon from the Lion King, what species is he?

  • America.

  • That is correct.

  • He is a meerkat.

  • Yes, one of my fair way.

  • We might be on the way.

  • He has my personality that I will never forget it.

  • All right, Next up, Bambi from baby way.

  • Actually work, don't you?

  • Of those dismisses?

  • This is a fun, which is a deer.

  • That is correct.

  • It is a dear white tailed deer to be exact.

  • Next up, Cleo from Pinocchio.

  • Alright, We're going with goldfish.

  • Young fish is correct.

  • Yesterday I had a goldfish.

  • We had to almost give mountain mouth that was rushed in here and it's gonna be on the show E waste yesterday.

  • All right.

  • Next up.

  • Turk from Tarzan.

  • Okay, we're going in with gorilla.

  • That's right.

  • Mountain gorillas.

  • Yeah.

  • Alright, Dori, from finding Dori and finding Nemo.

  • Dori is not a dori, but a blue tank.

  • Yeah, that's amazing.

  • Yes, that's correct.

  • Alright, dudes, next up we got crushed and square it from finding the email and finding Dorrie.

  • Alright, We're going with sea Turtle.

  • Yeah, correct.

  • Alright, Doug, from up a new breathe golden golden last.

  • That's close enough ago that that's the way.

  • Have a goose from Captain Marvel.

  • We call it a domestic shorthand cat.

  • You get Yeah, zoo watching.

  • Think actually Ah, flirting species lurking Threat high.

  • A big thank you again to Dr Ferguson and Dr Hodges for coming on the show and playing this game with us.

  • It has been a blast.

  • Thank you were doing it.

  • Thank you.

  • Stream Nat Geo Wild Critter fixers on Disney Plus today to see what else?

  • These guys have been up Teoh Right now, that pun was perfect.

  • December is going to be big this month.

  • Don't miss exciting editions like Anna Stasia into the woods and Ralph breaks the Internet, plus all new Disney plus originals, including God Mothered, Safety and on Point.

  • And Now Get Ready to Meet Joe Gardner, played by Jamie Foxx in Disney and Pixar's Soul Streaming December 25th on Lee on Disney.

  • Plus are you ready in Disney?

  • Pixar?

  • So I played Joe Gardner, teacher musician, mentors.

  • He's complex.

  • First off, he's an expert pianist with an excellent sense of style on the lovely neighborhood to call home.

  • Yes, I did it.

  • I got the gig.

  • Unfortunately, things get a little complicated.

  • What?

  • This This is heaven?

  • No.

  • Is it H e double hockey sticks?

  • Help!

  • Help!

  • Help!

  • Quiet, Coyote.

  • No, it's the great before I'm not supposed to be here.

  • Can you help me get back now he needs to convince a new soul named 22 that life on earth is worth living.

  • Okay, look, I'm sure your life was amazing, but Earth sounds dumb.

  • I'm comfortable up here.

  • I have my routine.

  • I float and missed.

  • I do my sudoku puzzles it may take a while.

  • Who?

  • Mm hmm, This'll Next film has secured the Everest of awards.

  • That's right.

  • I'm talking about National Geographic documentary films Free solo And what a film it is definitely deserving of its Academy Award.

  • You have this inspirational story of Alexandra who wants to free So climbed El Cap in Yosemite.

  • It's very intense to see him do it, but it is definitely inspiring to see him going against the odds, to make this dream of his this passion of his country.

  • Yeah, what makes this film extra special for me is seeing all of his loved ones support his passion and love for free soloing.

  • I mean, it's not easy.

  • I can't imagine it being easy.

  • But the fact that he had that kind of support system was really special to see.

  • Yeah, absolutely.

  • I mean, and then you have it's friend filming it all.

  • It's like you get these wonderful shots of him doing it.

  • So you get to the lived through that If you're not one to climb like myself, you can live through him doing it, and it's very, very wonderful and again inspiring for someone.

  • Toe take on that goal so you can check that out on Disney.

  • Plus, And now free solos.

  • Alex Honnold, Jimmy Chin are gonna be reviewing some climbing scenes from across Disney Plus roll the clip e mean So this is actually exactly what you look for is a climate like a big crowd striking feature.

  • And that is a nice tower.

  • And you see it in a nice location.

  • I'm like, Oh, that That does look cool to climb.

  • Flynn Rider is actually soloing up this tower.

  • You know, he gets to the top, and you can't.

  • You can't argue with results.

  • Oh, wow.

  • Look at that, cliff.

  • Lots of good features.

  • Looks very easy to climb.

  • Cody here is employing some very technical climbing skills.

  • It is exactly what we're looking for for as a climber.

  • I'm pretty sure I saw him do a hand jam in that crack.

  • You stick your hand in the crack and you do a jam and you pull off.

  • I agree.

  • Actually, I think the filmmakers did a good job on this.

  • I mean, right in kangaroo, perhaps less realistic than the climbing.

  • So this is a really proud feature.

  • These are the types of formations that really inspire climbers and really inspire me Wanna is doing great.

  • She's a champion.

  • This would be a major climbing destination if it was really so.

  • This is definitely an unconventional setting for any kind of rock climbing.

  • I wouldn't normally recommend Alpine climbing in high heeled boots well, and climbing and mittens is a hard no e would suggest crampons and ice axes.

  • Then you can come with mittens because using ice tools and from where she is, I walk around with left and climb that big tongue feature of snow.

  • I think on a would be a really great Alpine climber if she had the right equipment.

  • This is an unfortunate situation to find yourself in is a climber.

  • I'm curious what's gonna happen when it gets too wide here and they can't span anymore because this is a legitimate full body chimney technique.

  • I've never seen it done back to back.

  • Normally you have your own back against one wall and then you're walking your feet up the other one.

  • But this technique is something that Alex and I will probably have to look into a really wide chimney.

  • I actually did a move not dissimilar to this in the climate gym yesterday, basically pushing as hard as I can.

  • I can barely reach to a thing.

  • I can't quite reach it.

  • It's like everything straining and like that type of opposition stuff where you're pushing us hard as you can is definitely a part of climbing.

  • Think about climate.

  • Extra waterfall is if there's strong wind.

  • The waterfall come to shift upto hundreds of feet in any direction, so the little spire that she's on looks like it could just get hammered by that waterfall.

  • She also seems to be strong enough to catch herself when she's falling and clearly unfazed.

  • And most importantly, it looks like she's having a great time, you know, in some ways making the film free solo was very simple because it was just documenting.

  • My normal life is just All the things that I wanted to be doing is a climber and several my best climbing friends, whether they're documenting the process.

  • But the reality is that any kind of production is slightly stressful, and I mean, basically it's just really hard climbing and really hard filmmaking.

  • And so obviously there was challenges involved, Ah, lot of the projects and stories that I like to tell revolve around the human spirit and around the human potential, I think National Geographics Free solo waas Really?

  • About those things.

  • I guess there's one take away from free solo is it's that, ideally, make clear choices with how you wanna live your life and then follow.

  • Follow this or, you know, actually execute on the way you wanna live.

  • E think Alex really showed there are no shortcuts and that it takes just really, really hard work.

  • And you can achieve anything.

  • Make sure to check out a National Geographic documentary Films Free solo now streaming on Disney Plus Well, that's it for today, Andre.

  • This episode flew above the pack and hopefully climbed straight into your hearts.

  • Okay, Jenny, I think we're gonna hibernate our nature puns for now.

  • But for all of you, make sure you subscribe like and share this video.

  • Then head over to Disney plus where you can stream all of your favorites.

  • I'll see you next time, Jenny.

  • See you next time, Andre.

  • Uh huh.

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