The Crocodile Hunter is a wildlife documentary television series that was hosted by Steve Irwin and his wife Terri. The show became a popular franchise due to its unconventional approach and Irwin's approach to wildlife. It spawned a number of separate projects, including the feature film The Crocodile Hunter: Collision Course and two television spinoffs: The Crocodile Hunter Diaries and Croc Files. The series has been presented on Animal Planet and has been in international syndication on networks worldwide.
In the remote volcanic island region of the Indonesian archipelago, Steve goes in search of the world's largest and most dangerous land lizard, the Komodo dragon. These fearsome creatures are capable of inflicting mortal wounds with just one bite. This adventure is one of the few times we see people so closely interacting with these last remaining ancient dinosaurs.Watch Now:Amazon
Steve travels to the Australian Outback to show us the unique Australian freshwater crocodile, and the last remaining major sources of water in this dry area.
Steve travels to the United States where he researches the remarkable rattlesnakes, the most venomous serpents of all, to show how placid they can be when unprovoked. In Florida, he finds snakes as diverse as the pygmy rattler and Eastern diamondbacks. He also has a close encounter with timber rattlers in Virginia.
Steve and an Australian zoo team participate in a wildlife rescue mission staged in the wake of a war for independence in East Timor.
Steve's story is an amazing adventure highlighting some of the most spectacular events that have helped shape Steve into 'The Crocodile Hunter' we know today. Photographs from the Irwin family album and never seen before footage of Steve's home movies show a side of Steve Irwin few people have ever seen.Watch Now:Amazon
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.Watch Now:Amazon
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.
Steve investigates the unusual reptiles of Madagascar, including many species of chameleon and cave-dwelling crocodiles.
Steve Irwin works with the Mexican government to solve croc problems in the resort towns of Tampico and Cancun.Watch Now:Amazon
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.Watch Now:Amazon
Steve, Terri and Bindi set out on their luxury cruiser, 'True North', to navigate the rugged coast of Western Australia. The first island they visit is home to hundreds of highly venomous tiger snakes, while Steve and Bindi have the enviable experience of swimming with a pod of wild dolphins. When the sonar reveals a large school of hammerhead and silver-tip sharks, Steve gets the chance to try his luck hand-feeding them. A close encounter with a humpback whale and her calf provides some of the most amazing whale vision ever seen! Finally, Steve has the ultimate experience of swimming with the largest fish in the world - the whale shark!Watch Now:Amazon
Steve ventures into the oceans around Australia to study the sea's more placid and harmless shark species. Steve dives to the rescue of a leopard shark caught in a net. Among the many and varied 'friendly' species he encounters, nothing compares to the spine chilling experience when Steve is confronted by dozens of huge grey nurse sharks!
Steve and the team at Australia Zoo successfully transfer the ornery crocodile Graham and his girlfriend Bindi to a new enclosure. Not long after, Steve and Wes have to enter the enclosure. Graham gets his revenge by attacking Wes. Steve saves the day by jumping on Graham, although Wes suffers severe injuries.
Steve looks back on his most dangerous encounters, including those with Komodo dragons, various crocodiles and venomous snakes.Watch Now:Amazon
Revisiting some of Steve and Terri's most hair-raising crocodile captures of the past.
A compilation of the best moments of the series up to this point.
Steve gives the viewers a look at the seven cameramen who have captured his encounters with wildlife throughout the years.
Steve travels into outback Australia to unmask the unique species of crocodiles, but not without a few scary moments and broken bones. With the aid of a helicopter and some rather revolutionary catching methods, Steve captures nine huge monster crocs and, in a world-first, attaches satellite-tracking devices to them to study their movements in the wild!Watch Now:Amazon
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.Watch Now:Amazon
Beautiful scenery and adventure are encountered during a visit to the isolated inhabitants of the world's largest sand island.Watch Now:Amazon
Steve heads to Indonesia where he looks at venomous snakes, lizards and monkeys.
Steve takes viewers behind the scenes at the Queensland Reptile and Fauna Park (now Australia Zoo) in Australia. The work at the park includes relocation of giant boas and healthcare for alligators.Watch Now:Amazon
Steve films the deadly sea snake in its underwater environment.