Exploring the home of pelicans at "Pelican Island.".
Steve and Terri search out the stalwart creatures that inhabit deserts.
Encounters with animals that are released back into the wild.
Steve and Terri get chummy with Bengal tigers, snow leopards and lion cubs.
Steve and Terri meet some amazing zoo animals in Australia and the United States, including crocs and cougars.
Big cats in the wild and in zoos; snow leopard and lion cubs.
Snake research charms some U.S. scientists who milk venom for study and antivenin, and sample lizard blood for genetic breeding.
Traveling the highways of Australia and the United States, Steve and Terri discover wildlife in conflict with roads.
Vipers have heat-seeking abilities.
Steve reveals the unique characteristics of five huge zoo crocodiles.
Steve encounters four big, gray and dangerous animal species: hippos, elephants, rhinos and buffalo.
Steve journeys across the globe in search of different types of primates, ranging from gorillas to macaques.
Steve and Terri observe creatures who have developed special traits to adapt to their jungle environment.
Steve visits headhunters in New Guinea and encounters many weird and wonderful species of animals.
Steve and Terri profile dangerous wildlife in the United States, such as scorpions, Gila monsters and snakes.
Steve studies African animals, including lions, giraffes, cheetahs.
Steve and Terri travel the United States in search of all kinds of bugs, including desert scorpions and black widow spiders.
Visiting Australia's array of unique fauna, including kangaroos, wallabies, koalas, wombats and opossums.
Steve and Terri visit their favorite valley in the Australian Outback to observe snakes, spiders, lizards and emus.
Steve encounters all kinds of rattlesnakes in the United States.
Profiling Monty, the longest resident crocodile at the Australia Zoo.
Steve and Terri rescue animals that have wandered into people's homes and backyards, including a koala bear and turtle.
Steve and Terri trek throughout the Pacific Northwest looking at bears, beavers, bison, cougars, elk, otters and snakes.
Steve and Terri admire all sorts of lizards, from the smallest of chameleons to Komodo dragons.
Steve and Terri relocate zoo alligators in preparation for upgraded facilities.
Amazing landscapes and adventures are found on the world's largest sand island.
Steve and Terri have some hair-raising moments as they check out the destruction caused by wild pigs in the Outback.
Assessing environmental damage caused by hard-hoofed animals such as goats, horses, cattle and deer.
Steve and Terri try to catch a large male Perentie goanna for their zoo breeding program.
Steve and Terri set out to find the four most deadly snakes in Australia.
Pythons and boas are among some of the largest snakes in the world that Steve and Terri work with daily at their zoo.
Checking out notorious wild pests and exotic types of wildlife kept as pets in the United States.
Studying a remote section of a river where Steve once captured large rogue crocodiles for relocation.
Caring for injured animals and returning them to the wild when possible.
Steve and Terri join a camel roundup in the Australian Outback.
Australia's tiger snakes, king snakes, copperheads, death adders and red-bellied snakes are some of the world's deadliest.
Visiting freshwater crocodiles in North Queensland, Australia.
The Dingo Fence spans two thirds of Australia.
Cut off from the Australian mainland for thousands of years, Tasmania has become a living museum full of unique wildlife.
Behind the scenes at Steve and Terri's zoo, from feeding to cleaning and crocodile encounters.
Mouse and rat populations sometimes reach plague proportions in Australia.
Sea turtles are followed from hatching to the annual research roundup of the turtle rodeo.
Australia's coastal waters harbor some of the world's deadliest creatures, including stingers, sea snakes, stone fish and sharks.
Visiting bizarre places pythons call home.
Amazing reptiles thrive in harsh desert conditions in Australia.
Visiting the domain of some of Australia's most venomous spiders.
An aggressive crocodile named Charlie is rescued from life in a concrete pit.
Mice and rats sometimes reach plague proportions in outback Australia.
Steve encounters more amazing wildlife, including strange snakes, scorpions and spiders, on his trek through Africa.
Steve and Terri find some strange animals in a eucalpyt forest.
How dolphins and sea lions are trained and cared for at SeaWorld on Australia's Gold Coast.
Steve shares the ocean depths with some of the types of sharks that cruise the waters around Australia.
Observing crocodiles as they mate, lay eggs and defend their nests.