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This program is part of a PBS series that explores the nature of sex in all species, from plants to humans. In this final chapter of the series, the subject is the fruit of sexual relations: the young ones. Spectacular wildlife photography captures the birth and care of the progeny of animal species. There are heartwarming shots of wild creatures, who gently and patiently teach their offspring the necessary skills to survive. Whether there is just one baby or a litter of twelve, parents forge strong bonds with their young.