Shared February 14, 2019
Malcolm Douglas brought the Australian outback into the living rooms of generations of Australians.
The crocodile-hunter turned conservationist brought a passion for wildlife to TV screens years before it was a popular genre.
It's been eight years since Malcolm Douglas died in a bizarre accident at his animal park in Broome and his widow has reshaped the business.
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