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Australia Zoo staff jump into a new year of crocodile research
The Irwin family and the Australia Zoo crocodile research team have made it to Steve Irwin Wildlife Reserve, kicking off another year of ground-breaking crocodile research.
Terri Irwin said she was thrilled to be spending the next few weeks on the Steve Irwin Wildlife Reserve.
“Each year we break new ground in crocodilian research, and this year is particularly exciting as it’s our first trip to the Steve Irwin Wildlife Reserve since the Queensland Government declared it safe from strip mining,” Mrs Irwin said.
I just contacted the people in charge of the Surfers Paradise website and they let me know that, unfortunately, the event that was going to happen on September 13-14 is no longer going ahead due to Bindi's other commitments.
Bob Irwin praises 'brave' efforts to protect crocs from 'cowboys'
WILDLIFE activist Bob Irwin has thrown his support behind the new Northern Territory Crocodile Protection and Conservation Society amid death threats allegedly made by local fishermen to the group’s founder.
NT Crocodile Conservation Protection and Conservation Society founder ‘Broady’ – who only goes by her nickname – said she launched the group on Facebook following a failed attempted to save the life of a local crocodile named Michael Jackson after he killed a man on the Adelaide River last week.
Broady said the aim of the Society was to create a forum for those against the slaughter of crocodiles, including croc culling and trophy hunting.