Steve also discovers other unique wildlife including snakes and chameleons, along with other very close encounters.

Also: an annual scientific-and-medical survey of the creatures conducted off the east coast of Australia. Steve attempts to rescue a turtle in a river despite the presence of crocodiles.

In a spin reaching 'G' force 'nine', Steve loses consciousness in the air. Steve experiences nerve racking one-on-one encounters with numerous large wild crocodiles, dives with sea snakes and hand feeds hundreds of hungry sharks! Steve Irwin works with the Mexican government to solve croc problems in the resort towns of Tampico and Cancun. The series has been presented on Animal Planet and has been in international syndication on networks worldwide. Steve and Terri trace the history of Australia's dinosaurs. Steve and Terri take an intimate look at the lives of the islands' exotic inhabitants: land iguanas, marine iguanas, sea birds, seals, sea lions, and of course the giant land tortoise. 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. Aired posthumously, and dedicated to his memory. Irwin was filming this documentary when he died. In this epic two-part mini-series, Steve revisits some of the notorious and legendary battle grounds of the Pacific conflict between the Allied forces and Japan. Steve travels to this unique biosphere off the coast of Africa to leap with lemurs - a rare, ancient species of primate. He slides with penguins and spends time with two friendly humpback whales.

Steve Irwin travels to Sri Lanka to help laborers contend with some of the most venomous snakes in the world. Steve embarks on a quest to find the most infamous of all Africa's venomous snakes - the black mamba.

The Crocodile Hunter is a wildlife documentary television series that was hosted by Steve Irwin and his wife Terri. Also: a trip inland to observe wallabies and pythons. 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! Steve tracks wild elephants in Sumatra, crocodiles, water monitors and wild boars. Beaked Sea Snake (Great Barrier Reef, Queensland) 5. Educational & Based On A True Story Shows/Movies. In this epic two-part mini-series, Steve revisits some of the notorious and legendary battle grounds of the Pacific conflict between the Allied forces and Japan.

Steve ventures into the oceans around Australia to study the sea's more placid and harmless shark species. These fearsome creatures are capable of inflicting mortal wounds with just one bite. Episodes. Steve, wife Terri and daughter Bindi travel from Brisbane to Broome in an old DC-3 airplane. Steve, Terri and Bindi sail along the west coast of Australia in a luxury cruiser. Western or Inland Taipan aka Fierce Snake aka Oxyuranus microlepidotus ("at the very back of the Outback" - location undisclosed, plains, extremely remote) Note: One bite could kill 100 adult humans.