Australia's Northern Territory wetlands are home to one of the largest crocs on earth, saltwater crocodiles. From November to March, these crocs lay their eggs. Matt Wright and his mates have just three months to collect 20,000 crocodile eggs. It's a job that gives value to the crocs so that locals don't want to kill or cull them. Using commando-like precision, Matt and his egg collecting team - Mick "the Professor" Burns, Craig Moore, and his trusty pilot, Mick Burbidge, will descend onto the most dangerous of all places in croc territory - the mother croc's nest.
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