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Raised on the rugged plains of Australia, Matt Wright had plenty of jobs -- horse wrangler, Australian Army soldier, crocodile egg collector -- that helped develop his passion and skills for a career as a helicopter pilot and wildlife relocator. Featured in half-hour episodes of "Outback Wrangler," Wright tracks down, captures, and transports a diverse range of dangerous animals, including crocodiles, wild buffalo and even polar bears, that are posing a threat to people. As a chopper pilot he is able to access areas that would otherwise be impossible to reach. Matt's goal, he says, is based on the preservation of wildlife: to remove and relocate problem animals rather than kill them.

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After an aggressive saltwater crocodile sinks a small boat, Matt Wright and his friends work to relocate the animal to a different area away from humans.
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A 15-foot crocodile bites the back of Matt Wright's boat, nearly capsizing them into dangerous waters.
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Matt must figure out how to get an agitated killer under control and out of harm's way, but the 15-foot crocodile proves to be a major challenge.
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Matt receives a call from a couple who own a ranch alongside a major crocodile-infested river.
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During peak tourist season, Matt receives a call about a huge saltwater crocodile that has launched itself into the back of a fishing boat.
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Animal re-locator Matt Wright receives a call for help from a crew that is camping alongside the river at a large cattle ranch.
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Fisherman report a large crocodile menacing them down on the river.
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Matt Wright helps relocate problem crocodiles from a friend's land; the relocation becomes urgent when two dogs go into the dam and only one come out.
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Matt and friends race against time to relocate 30 crocodiles in the Mary River.
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Matt Wright and his team try to control a crocodile population in a water system that is alongside a large cattle station.
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Matt returns to the Finniss River Station where large, hungry crocodiles pose a threat to a herd of cattle.
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Matt Wright searches for a crocodile that has been destroying his traps.
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Matt responds to a call about a possible sighting of a legendary crocodile.
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Matt comes to the aid of the Finniss River Station where crocodiles lurk in a paddock.
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Matt Wright relocates problem crocodiles from the Marty River to safer areas.
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Matt Wright musters wild horses.
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Australia's Northern Territory wetlands are home to massive saltwater crocodiles; Matt Wright has three months to collect 20,000 of their eggs.

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