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Croc College

Season 1 Episode 4 ABC June 11, 2013

In episode 4, the crocs get even bigger and petite Renee impresses John with her ability to catch an angry nesting female. At 150 kilos and three times Renee's size, it's the largest the students have tackled so far.

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