Hawaii zoo educators vie for Wild Kingdom web seriesUPDATED 7:41 AM HST May 15, 2013Video Transcript
educators have a chance to make it big as hosts for a new wildlife show. Mutual of Omaha's Wild Kingdom is launching a new webseries - and needs a new host. Stephanie Arne and Charles Lee submitted videos and have now made it to the semi-finals. Check out the videos each hopes will lead to the big job! It's pretty clear... Charles Lee... NATS 48 mangoose nats and Stephanie Arne love animals and are anything but camera shy. MONK SEALS LIKE POHAKU LOVE TO SOAK UP THE SUNSHINE. AND IF YOU THINK ABOUT IT, THEY'RE NO DIFFERENT THAN ANYONE ELSE HERE IN HAWAII. Charles loves exploring the islands ...and he does it with a little humor. AND IF YOU THINK IT'S BAD HAVING TO WALK ON THIS STUFF, YOU SHOULD TRY HAVING TO SIT ON IT Stephanie loves the water...but she's no stranger to the forest. WE'RE IN THE RAIN FOREST ON THE ISLAND OF OAHU IN THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS AND YOU REALLY HAVE TO HAVE A KEEN EYE WHEN YOU'RE LOOKING FOR JACKSON'S CHAMELEONS. And as the Honolulu Zoo's Education Outreach Coordinator - she knows a lot about animals. 127 THEIR DEFAUL COLOR IS GREEN, WHICH IS PERFECT FOR CAMMOFLAUGE, BUT HE ALSO USES THIS COLOR TO COMMUNICATE WITH OTHER CHAMELEONS135//140 HE MIGHT BE COMMUNICATING WITH A BEAUTIFUL FEMALE SAYING HEY GIRL, WHAT'S UP? MAYBE YOU AND I SHOULD MAKE SOME BABIES. So much fun! You can see why the judges selected them out of the hundreds of entries they received. Now they need your help - the winner will get to host that webseries - and win $10,000! We've got a link to vote in the as seen on section of our website, kitv.com.