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By traveling across five continents, Jules Sylvester, expert animal handler for Hollywood, shows viewers a wide variety of crocodiles and explores how people manage to live alongside these fearsome animals. Over 500 people are killed each year by Nile crocodiles, which can grow to be 18-feet long and weigh 2300 pounds. While Africans accept crocodile attacks as a part of life, in India, people want crocodiles to be contained. Crocodiles were hunted to the point of extinction in the north of Australia, however, now they have re-inhabited the area in large numbers. Sylvester visits an unlikely location to see American crocodiles in the wild -- Turkey Point Nuclear Power Station, 25 miles south of Miami, a place where humans do not want to go but which has grown to be a haven for crocodiles.