Ocean's Deadliest (2007)

Director
John Stainton

Main cast
Steve Irwin; Philippe Cousteau; Jamie Seymour; Craig Adams; Rodney Fox

Genres
Documentary

Description
Host Steve Irwin, "The Crocodile Hunter," in his last documentary, teams up with oceanographer Phillippe Cousteau to explore the deadliest sea creatures living in the waters between Australia's Gold Coast and the Great Barrier Reef.


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