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The Crocodile Hunter 

Crocodile Hunter (original title)
Steve and wife Terri educate and entertain on the subject of Australia's all too often dangerous wildlife.
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Steve Irwin and his wife Terri run a wildlife refuge in Australia which houses many of the continent's most dangerous animals, including the much feared crocodile and numerous venomous snakes. Steve's speciality is the capture and relocation of crocs that have ventured too close to populated areas. Steve prefers to use ropes, sticks and his brute strength to catch the crocs. Written by Rob Hartill

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Is considered to be the greatest show that has ever aired on Animal Planet. See more »

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Steve Irwin: Crikey!
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An Aussie nature show with a host who redefines exuberance.
18 September 2000 | by (Philadelphia, USA) – See all my reviews

The Crocodile Hunter is Steve Irwin, who spent his formative years relocating rogue crocodiles and roaming the outback of Australia. He runs a zoo with his wife Terry where he is as much of an attraction as the animals. He combines an outgoing and typically direct Aussie personality with a fearlessness that continually has me thinking, "I don't believe he just did that". One minute he's capturing a crocodile by jumping onto it's back with several of his "mates", the next he's picking up the third most venomous snake in the world BY THE TAIL. Add to that the rich "Down Under" slang and you have a unique show. Entertaining and funny while showing you things about wildlife you'd never see in a typical nature show.


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