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Australian host Steve Irwin and his wife Terri run a wildlife refuge. Their shared passion is educating the world about wildlife, including the much feared crocodile and numerous venomous snakes. Steve's speciality is the capture and relocation of crocodiles. No animal appears too threatening to Steve, his true respect for animals is the foundation for everything he does.

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aired 22 days ago
Crocodiles, sharks and sea-snakes inhabit Australia's west coast.
aired 22 days ago
Swimming with dolphins, seals and sharks; wreck of the Batavia; Tamar wallabies; pythons.
aired 22 days ago
Incapacitated by a near-fatal accident, Steve becomes a target for predators in the red desert of Namibia, Africa.
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Steve tries to capture and relocate Graham, an Australia Zoo crocodile that has developed a dangerous taste for his blood.
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Steve pedals a bicycle through remote parts of Madagascar in search of the island's four remaining species of lemurs.
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While enjoying a surfing safari in Indonesia, Steve and his friends encounter fascinating and deadly jungle creatures.
aired 34 days ago
Steve Irwin shares his most private and innermost thoughts, providing insight into what drives him.
aired 34 days ago
Steve visits Antarctica to interact with penguins, leopard seals and humpback whales.
aired 34 days ago
The croc survives more than 60 million years with very little change in the evolution of the species.
aired 34 days ago
Sri Lanka has one of the highest incidences of snakebite deaths in the world.
aired 62 days ago
Steve turns the camera around to introduce photographers who have filmed his adventures around the world.
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Spitting cobras, the most dangerous reptiles of all, can accurately project their venom one to eight feet and hit a person in the eyes.
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Funny outtakes from Steve's encounters with toothy crocs, venomous snakes and other lethal creatures.
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Steve encounters chameleons that have evolved in mysterious ways and unique cave-dwelling crocodiles on Madagascar.
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The day-to-day operations of caring for more than 150 crocodiles at Australia Zoo challenge Steve and Terri.
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Steve swims with alligators in Florida and travels the bayous of Louisiana, encountering venomous snakes.
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An aggressive, venomous snake and a powerful U.S. missile both carry the name "sidewinder."
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Steve and an Australian zoo team participate in a wildlife rescue mission staged in the wake of a war for independence in East Timor.
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Steve and Terri head into the center of Australia to study Ayers Rock and the red sand dunes of the Simpson Desert.
aired 97 days ago
Crocodiles live in two major Mexican resort cities.
aired 98 days ago
Steve has his hands full with tiger sharks and bull sharks.

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