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At just 14 years old, when most boys his age would probably rather be riding bikes and playing video games, Jack Randall left his home in England to become an apprentice to "The Crocodile Hunter" Steve Irwin, learning to handle snakes and other reptiles. Today, Randall continues his research into exotic, endangered and iconic animal species by venturing into some of the most unforgiving environments on the planet. With no creature deemed too creepy or dangerous to handle, Randall faces down deadly crocodiles, unpredictable pythons, endangered green turtles, feral camels, venomous snakes, wild kangaroos and more.

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aired 158 days ago
Jack chases his dream of being accepted by a group of wild kangaroos.
aired 158 days ago
Zoologist Jack Randall rescues camels and horses facing starvation in Australia's desert.
aired 358 days ago
Jack Randall dives in to help green sea turtles survive Australia's Great Barrier Reef.
aired 370 days ago
Jack travels through Australia's Northern Territory to the front line of the battle between two different species of deadly crocodiles; Jack helps scientists catch and track the dangerous dinosaurs in the hope of maintaining the balance of nature.
aired 370 days ago
Jack searches for five of the world's deadliest snakes in a remote part of Australia.
aired 391 days ago
Jack ventures into the remote Northern Territory in Australia where he dives into crocodile-infested swamps, reaches into giant lizards' burrows and crawls through dark, cramped caves to find six dangerous pythons.

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