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The Crocodile Hunter is hosted by Steve Irwin and his wife Terri. They have a true love for animals and run a wildlife refuge that houses many of AustraliaThe Crocodile Hunter is a series that is currently running and has 5 seasons (48 episodes). The series first aired on October 25, 1996.

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Animal Planet
5 Seasons, 48 Episodes
October 25, 1996
Documentary & Biography
7.7/10
Cast: Steve Irwin, Terri Irwin, Bindi Irwin, Wes Mannion
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The Crocodile Hunter Full Episode Guide

  • This episode takes a look at the accomplishments of Steve and Terri Irwin. The infamous "Baby Bob incident" is explored in detail as Steve and Terri explain the events of that day.

  • Steve looks at the wildlife of Antarctica, including penguins, leopard seals and humpback whales.

  • A look at the 60 million year history of the crocodile.

  • Steve gives the viewers a look at the seven cameramen who have captured his encounters with wildlife throughout the years.

  • A trip to Sri Lanka, off the southern coast of India, finds Steve Irwin studying venomous snakes with help from rice-paddy farmers, tea plantation workers and buffalo herdsmen. Also: a look at Mugger crocodiles and angry elephants.

  • Steve Irwin works with the Mexican government to solve croc problems in the resort towns of Tampico and Cancun.

  • Steve observes the tiger sharks of Western Australia's Shark Bay. He helps to release a captive tiger shark back into the wild, and he hand feeds bull sharks.

  • A helicopter trip along Australia's Kimberly Coast includes crocodile encounters. Also: reef diving among sea snakes and sharks.

  • Steve, Terri and Bindi sail along the west coast of Australia in a luxury cruiser. Included: swimming with dolphins, seals and sharks. Also: a trip inland to observe wallabies and pythons.

  • Steve is the special guest of the Belize Zoo as they celebrate their 20th anniversary. He also travels up the Macal river to observe a controversial dam project; and tangles with a highly poisonous fer de lance snake while searching for Morelet crocodiles.

  • Eleven crocodiles must be relocated at the zoo, so Steve develops a new method to capture them. Also: a white crocodile is introduced at the zoo and proves to be aggressive towards a female.

  • Steve travels to Namibia, where he experiences close encounters with a variety of dangerous animals and plants, including a tree with inch-long poisonous spines, a feisty viper and a cranky cobra.

  • Steve and Terri catch and relocate an entire zoo full of animals left to the mercy of a failed business operation. With the help of their key staff from Australia Zoo, they catch birds, kangaroos, koalas, snakes and crocodiles.

  • Take a look at some of Steve and Terri's most hair-raising crocodile captures over the past few years. Each capture requires different skills and techniques to stay one step ahead of the deadly jaws.

  • Steve and Terri Irwin have faced frightening and exhilarating moments in the making of "The Crocodile Hunter." From Terri's cliff fall to Steve's encounter with 40 gray nurse sharks, witness their most dangerous adventures.

  • One of the most challenging projects the Irwins have encountered involves catching and relocating an entire zoo full of animals that have been left to the mercy of a failed business operation. Australia Zoo provides a temporary home for these creatures

  • Snakes and crocodiles are two of Steve's favorite reptiles, but the spitting cobras is the most dangerous reptile of all. These creatures actually project their venom six to eight feet targeting a person accurately in the eyes.

  • A journey into the forests of Madagascar reveals the varied species of chameleons that have evolved in mysterious ways on this ancient island. Steve locates the smallest and largest of this amazing reptile family.

  • For some 100 million years the flora and fauna of Madagascar have evolved utterly independent of the rest of the world. Steve travels to this unique biosphere to leap with lemurs, a rare, ancient species of primate

  • Steve and his best mate Wes set out on an adventure through the wild islands of Indonesia looking for the best surf. Both accomplished surfers, the pair encounter some of the more venomous snakes of Indonesia as well as lizards and mischievous monkeys.

  • Steve and Terri and baby Bindi set out for the home of the alligator - America. They travel the bayous of Louisiana and Florida encountering alligators and snapping turtles, and capture and relocate a large male at the Eglin Air Force base in Florida.

  • The Sidewinder is both an aggressive, venomous snake and an important missile used by the U.S. Air Force. Steve and Terri locate these swift, desert-dwelling snakes in Arizona. Then Steve flies an F16 armed with the military version of the Sidewinder.

  • Steve and Terri investigate the harsh outback interior of the remote center of Australia. They travel to Ayers Rock, the red sand dunes of the Simpson Desert and discover the endangered Bielby's and Perentes snakes.