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  • -Robert, it's always good to see you.

  • -It is so great to see you. -How are you doing?

  • Everything good? -I am absolutely awesome.

  • Thank you so much for having me back on.

  • You have...the best audience,

  • the best viewers in the entire world.

  • [ Cheers and applause ]

  • -I agree.

  • Have you been getting good feedback from your appearances?

  • -Absolutely. Everyone's been so nice.

  • So thank you very much. It's just a great experience.

  • -Oh, I'm happy. -Thank you.

  • -We love having you on.

  • You always bring really cool animals.

  • And it's very informative but also very scary for me.

  • -[ Laughs ]

  • -But first, I want to talk about --

  • You are going to go on a big trip here.

  • What's the expedition? Tell us about that.

  • -Yeah. So, every single year a team of scientists

  • from the Australia zoo and my family

  • actually go up to the Steve Irwin Wildlife Reserve,

  • which is this huge reserve.

  • And it's about the size of New York City,

  • and it's just massive.

  • And we've got all kinds of different animals there.

  • And we've actually invited people to come with us

  • on an expedition to research all these different animals.

  • We've actually got the most comprehensive study of

  • crocodiles in the entire world.

  • We're learning these amazing things.

  • It's techniques that my dad actually started.

  • So anyone who wants to can actually come with us

  • and experience this remote bushland in Australia.

  • -Really? -It's great. It is amazing.

  • -What do we have to do? Go to a website or something?

  • -Exactly. Yeah.

  • So, you go to australiazooexpeditions.com.

  • And you can come with us.

  • The reserve is the size -- It's huge.

  • It's twice the size of Singapore.

  • It's amazing.

  • -Wow. My goodness.

  • -Yeah. Yeah.

  • -I noticed you didn't invite me personally.

  • But you're inviting everybody --

  • [ Laughter ]

  • Anyone who wants to do it. Yeah.

  • -Well, actually, with our crocodiles,

  • we've caught over 150.

  • And I know that you can't come with us

  • because you'll be doing the show.

  • But we've decided that the first crocodile

  • that we're going to catch,

  • we are going to name Jimmy Fallon, after you.

  • [ Cheers and applause ]

  • -Really?

  • -Yes. Absolutely. -No way.

  • -And you can actually go online.

  • -And I can check on him and stuff?

  • -You can track Jimmy Fallon.

  • You can see exactly where he goes.

  • It'll be awesome.

  • -It's like Twitter except for alligators.

  • Yeah. You can track where --

  • -Yes. Exactly.

  • -Yes. Exactly. You're totally right. Yeah.

  • -I'm honored. That's so cool.

  • All right, Robert, what did you bring me today?

  • Let's see some animals.

  • -All right. First up we've got actually

  • a very cute and fluffy animal to start with.

  • This is Joe.

  • And he's a North American badger.

  • He is really cool.

  • So the North American badgers... -Oh, honey badger.

  • -...as the name suggests --

  • -Yeah, badgers don't care. No. -Yeah. Exactly.

  • Now, they are similar to the honey badger.

  • -Is that hurting you at all?

  • -No, no, he's all good.

  • They are quite feisty.

  • In fact, in Africa,

  • the honey badger has been known to back down lions.

  • They have no fear at all.

  • -They really don't.

  • -Yeah, but I think you might actually be able to pet him

  • if you'd like.

  • There you go. Give him a little pet.

  • [ Laughter ]

  • He loves his pets. He really does.

  • There you go. -He just looked at me.

  • [ Laughter ]

  • -I don't like this part. -There you go.

  • Yep. He feels like I thought he would, too.

  • -He's soft. And you see he's got that really loose skin.

  • So if an animal were to grab him,

  • he can turn around and bite them.

  • Yeah, it's really cool.

  • -How is he allowed to be here?

  • [ Laughter ]

  • How old is he? -He's fine. He's a young one.

  • So he's only about a month old.

  • So he's not going to do too much damage.

  • -That is a beautiful animal.

  • -But we can feed him if you'd like.

  • -Sure.

  • -We've got a little plate of food there.

  • -And he's omnivorous,

  • so he'll eat plants and he'll also eat little animals as well.

  • So if you pop that right there.

  • Oh, gave me a little nip. There we go.

  • [ Laughter ]

  • There you go.

  • -There you go, pal. Look at that.

  • He lifted the plate up himself and everything.

  • Isn't that wild?

  • [ Laughter ]

  • -And you can see his nose there.

  • He's got a really acute sense of smell.

  • So he can detect anything from, like, a little animal,

  • like a bird or maybe a little insect.

  • They're really, really good that way.

  • And see those little claws there, too?

  • They're great at digging.

  • And when he gets older, in the wild,

  • he would actually build a den underground and dig it out.

  • -Yeah. -It's fascinating.

  • -He can back down a lion, you said?

  • -Yeah. Yeah, so if he --

  • [ Laughter ]

  • If he catches a food item, nothing takes it off him.

  • -I think we're ready to get rid of him.

  • -Yeah, okay. -Great to see him.

  • It was great to see him. -Thank you.

  • [ Cheers and applause ]

  • There we go.

  • -All right. -It's pretty exciting.

  • -Yeah.

  • Do you have anything like stuffed animals or like toys?

  • Like, plush animals?

  • -Not this time, sorry. -No, okay, yeah.

  • -But we've got a really special one.

  • This is a reptile this time.

  • -Okay. -And this is Donatella.

  • And Donatella is an alligator snapping turtle.

  • Isn't he amazing?

  • So, he's very young.

  • He's only about two years old at the moment.

  • But you're welcome to hold him.

  • -Where do I hold him?

  • -Just down there.

  • Make sure you don't get anywhere near his mouth

  • because he's got quite a bite on him.

  • But this one --

  • [ Laughter ]

  • -Why would you hand him to me?

  • -When they get full grown,

  • they'll easily just be able to bite through human bone.

  • [ Laughter ]

  • He's only about two years old.

  • -Ah, he's moving his neck!

  • Wait. How long is his neck? How long is his neck?

  • -You'll be good. You'll be good.

  • -He's moving his neck.

  • Ah! Ah! Ah! Robert, take him!

  • -All right. All right.

  • -God, save yourself. Gosh.

  • He was -- Look at that. Oh, my gosh.

  • -He's only about two years old.

  • We've got one that's 100 years old, full grown

  • that is ready to meet you.

  • Does that sound good?

  • -A 100-year-old snapping turtle?