Monster Croc Wrangler
Monster Croc Wrangler may refer to: Outback Wrangler (In some countries)
|Monster Croc Wrangler|
|Created by||Nick Fordham and Matt Wright|
|Narrated by||Ted Marcoux, David Field|
|Country of origin||Australia|
|No. of seasons||4|
|No. of episodes||28|
|Executive producer(s)||Nick Fordham, Matt Wright, Ash Dunn, Jerry Butterfield|
|Production company(s)||WFD Productions & Butter Media|
|Original network||Nat Geo Wild|
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Monster Croc Wrangler is an observational documentary series on Nat Geo Wild. The show follows Australian wildlife wrangler Matt Wright and his team of experts as they catch and relocate monster Crocodiles.
The series is filmed on location in Australia’s Northern Territory where the Saltwater Crocodile population has been protected by government legislation for over 40 years.
Matt Wright - Chopper pilot and animal expert Matt Wright has spent his life in the great outdoors drawn to creatures that most of us would run away from. Raised in the wilds of Far North Queensland and the rugged hills of South Australia, Matt became comfortable with wildlife, including deadly snakes, spiders and sharks at a young age. Matt has spent time as an outback musterer (horse wrangler), oil rig worker, a soldier in the Australian army, Crocodile egg collector, and professional chopper pilot and instructor. Today, Matt is a wildlife relocator with a mission to preserve ecosystems by removing and relocating problem animals rather than seeing them culled. He specialises in tracking down a diverse range of dangerous animals, including Crocodiles, wild Buffalo and even Polar Bears! With “broken bones and too many stitches to remember” on the job, Matt works tirelessly to relocate animals in danger. As a chopper pilot, Matt is able to access areas that would otherwise be impossible to reach. As a conservationist; he brings unique practical skills, a perspective based on hands-on experience and genuine compassion. He works closely with scientists, wildlife management authorities, indigenous elders (traditional landowners) and cattle ranch owners to ensure a win-win situation for both animals and humans that need his help.
Chris ‘Willow’ Wilson - Born and bred in the Northern Territory, the heart of Australia’s outback. Chris ‘Willow’ Wilson was raised with a respect and understanding of the great outdoors. From bush tucker to celestial navigation, finding water and surviving off the land, Willow loves being out bush and all that comes with it. Bouncing around cattle ranches and remote construction sites, driving airboats and bull catchers, tractors and road trains is all in a day’s work for this guy! Willow met Matt when he was a young teenager and spent the next decade working with and learning wildlife handling skills off Matt. Today, Willow works hand in hand with Matt and his team; catching and relocating dangerous animals including some of Australia’s biggest Saltwater Crocodiles.
Jonathan ‘Jono’ brown - Tom Sawyer and Huckleberry Finn is the best way to describe the adventurous relationship between Matt and his best mate Jono. Friends since they were 7 years old, the two kids bonded over their love of nature and wildlife. Jono and Matt couldn’t stand seeing animals killed or run over, so they began catching and relocating lizards, graduating to scorpions and deadly Brown Snakes soon after! It’s safe to say that not much has changed. Jono is Matt’s right-hand man when it comes to hands-on wildlife work and the small Lizards have simply been replaced by monster 17-foot Crocodiles. A plumber by trade and an adrenaline junkie by nature, Jono has completed the nine-stage accelerated freefall skydiving course and enjoys solo free fall jumping on the weekends; when he’s not surfing, fishing or diving. If it involves adventure and the great outdoors, Jono is all over it!
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- "Watch Monster Croc Wrangler on National Geographic". National Geographic. Retrieved 2019-07-21.
- "MATT WRIGHT". mattwright.com.au. Retrieved 2019-07-21.
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