For Steve and Terri Irwin, confronting aggressive sixteen-foot gators, hissing deadly snakes, charging rhinos, venomous spiders, huge lizards, and wild reptiles in their own habitats was a part of daily life. Steve’s love for animals began at an early age, when his parents created an animal refuge—instilling in him a respect for Australia’s native wildlife, and some of the most dangerous creatures on Earth.
Writing with his wife and soul mate, Terri Irwin, Steve provides intimate insights into their private life away from the cameras. Learn how they first met, how they successfully translated a shared love of animals into a worldwide message of conservation, and how they built one of the largest private animal refuges in Australia.
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About Steve Irwin
Steve Irwin is the energetic host of the smash hit Discovery Channel show Crocodile Hunter, informing millions of viewers about the importance and beauty of wildlife. While not traveling the world in search of adventure, Steve Irwin, along with his… More about Steve Irwin
About Terri Irwin
Terri Irwin has had a lifelong love affair with animals. As a child in Eugene, Oregon, she helped her parents rescue injured animals, and then later helped to start a rehabilitation facility called Cougar Country in her native state, while… More about Terri Irwin
Published by Berkley Nov 05, 2002| 208 Pages| ISBN 9781101220092