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  • OUTBACK WRANGLER

  • Every Tuesday of Nov @ 12:25pm, 11:25am BKK/JKT

DESCRIPTION

Crocodiles attacking cattle. Feral buffalos running rampant. Elephants damaging plantations. More than ever, human and animal worlds are colliding, making it increasingly difficult for them to coexist. But one man is working tirelessly to keep the animals, locals and environment out of danger.

Meet Matt Wright, a rugged helicopter pilot turned animal relocation expert on a mission to reset the balance between dangerous animals and people by relocating wildlife. On Nat Geo Wild, Outback Wrangler follows Matt and his trusty canine companion, Nash, as he sweeps over vast territories by helicopter, motorcycle, horse or jeep, often risking life and limb to ensure that wildlife and locals are safe.

 

EPISODE GUIDE

  • Outback Wrangler: Croc Swarm
    Join us as we venture into the most dangerous of all places in croc territory - the mother croc's nest.
  • Outback Wrangler: Wild Horse Bust
    Unchecked, horses, known as Brumbies, have become such a pest to the environment and people. How will Matt save them?
  • Outback Wrangler: Flying Crocs
    Watch as Matt goes about setting his traps, slinging them from under his helicopter to help relocate crocodiles.
  • Outback Wrangler: Predator Island
    Follow Matt Wright as he travels to Borneo to help an animal rescue unit manage a problematic croc population.
  • Outback Wrangler: Croc Attack At Finnis River
    Big crocs have become stranded in the dams.
  • Outback Wrangler: Busting Free
    Mick Jacobi manages a cattle station 70 miles south of Darwin.
  • Outback Wrangler: Croc In My Backyard
    Simon and his wife own a station 300 miles south of Darwin.
  • Outback Wrangler: Camping With Crocodiles
    Flying Fox Cattle Station is home to tens of thousands of cattle.
  • Outback Wrangler: A Crocodile's Tail
    Mt Kepler is a cattle station not far to the south of Darwin.
  • Outback Wrangler: Hunting Grounds Part 1
    Lizzie Downs was popular with hunters as the place to find huge crocs.
  • Outback Wrangler: Hunting Grounds Part 2
    The boys have pulled out a number of big crocs.
  • Outback Wrangler: The Croc That Ate A Boat
    During peak tourist season a big croc crawled up on a boat.
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