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CNN-IBN to air season two of 'Citizens for Earth' from 10 January

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MUMBAI: CNN-IBN is set to air the second season of its flagship series Citizen for Earth from 10 January.

The series will consist of five episodes which will be aired every Saturday at 9.30 pm and Sunday at 11.30 am and 5.30 pm.

Says IBN18 Network editor-in-chief Rajdeep Sardesai, "Wildlife really is the untamed natural essence of our environment. India, the land of diversity with its immense variety of flora and fauna, is the ideal place for the wildlife enthusiasts. But today many fascinating species are endangered and it is important to save them. The second season of Citizens for Earth is an effort to work towards not only enlightening our viewers but also highlighting the people who have contributed in saving the endangered animals in the country."

The series will be hosted by Bahar Dutt and will have episodes like 'Storm in the Rann' which will take viewers on a jeep safari through the Rann of Kutch and will show how pink flamingoes and Indian wild ass survive the harsh landscape of the desert.

'Queen of Chambal will highlight the story of the endangered Indian Gharial and wildlife conservationists and activists who are fighting to save the Indian Gharial.

'The Big Cat Special' episode will be about big cats like the Tiger, the Lion and the Leopard. ''Turtle Trouble' focuses on the beaches of Orissa which are home to Olive Ridley Turtles that are dying due to over fishing and developments along the coast. 

Finally, 'The Monkey Mania' episode will introduce 13 new species of monkeys like 'Hoolock Gibbon' and 'Golden Langur' found in north east India.

The first season of Citizens for Earth took viewers to six major destinations like Ladakh, Mumbai, Lakshwadweep, Goa, North East and the river Krishna that are under threat due to global warming.

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