So, my tactic with conservation of apex predators is to get people excited and take them to where they live.
There's a lot of research behind the scenes that you don't get to see, but I have an instinct that my dad nurtured from when I was born. I was very lucky then.
I believe sustainable use is the greatest propaganda in wildlife conservation at the moment.
The only animals I'm not comfortable with are parrots, but I'm learning as I go. I'm getting better and better at 'em. I really am.
Where I live if someone gives you a hug it's from the heart.
No, snakes are no problem. I'd go to any country, anywhere, any snakes, not a problem.
I have no fear of losing my life - if I have to save a koala or a crocodile or a kangaroo or a snake, mate, I will save it.
So fear helps me from making mistakes, but I make lot of mistakes.
My dad taught me from my youngest childhood memories through these connections with Aboriginal and tribal people that you must always protect people's sacred status, regardless of the past.
Crikey means gee whiz, wow!
I believe our biggest issue is the same biggest issue that the whole world is facing, and that's habitat destruction.
Every cent we earn from Crocodile Hunter goes straight back into conservation. Every single cent.
No matter where you go and what you do in America, you turn the tele on and you're confronted with violence.
You know, you can touch a stick of dynamite, but if you touch a venomous snake it'll turn around and bite you and kill you so fast it's not even funny.
I believe that education is all about being excited about something. Seeing passion and enthusiasm helps push an educational message.
My belief is that what comes across on the television is a capture of my enthusiasm and my passion for wildlife.
Yeah, I'm a thrill seeker, but crikey, education's the most important thing.
I sincerely believe that there's room for cutting down trees for forestry and grazing, so as we all get to eat. Everyone has to compromise.
I've probably saved thousands of peoples' lives with my educational message on snake bites, how to get in around venomous anything.
Yeah, for some reason parrots have to bite me. That's their job. I don't know why that is. They've nearly torn my nose off. I've had some really bad parrot bites.