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  • -Thank you for coming back to the show.

  • -Thank you. I feel like this is my second home now.

  • It's awesome. -Right. It should be.

  • We love having you on.

  • Cause I love... -Yes.

  • -I mean, last time you were here, we had...

  • -Yeah. -...Kevin Hart was here.

  • -[ Laughing ] We did. That was a lot of fun.

  • -And I asked him to stay out and play with the animals.

  • -Yeah. -And he said, "I hate animals."

  • [ Laughter ] Or, oh, no -- actually, he goes,

  • "I like animals. I'm afraid of them."

  • -All right. That's okay. That's all right.

  • -And he had -- oh, my gosh. It was the funniest.

  • -Yeah. I like to think maybe we helped him,

  • a little bit, overcome his fear. -Maybe.

  • -A bit more comfortable.

  • But, I mean, for me, it was really cool

  • because we actually reached over 100 million people on Facebook,

  • so for me, what a great... -Yeah.

  • It was the number-one trend on YouTube.

  • [ Cheers and applause ] -Yeah, thank you so much.

  • -100 million people. -Yeah, it was awesome.

  • And for me, that's just such a great way

  • to get the -- the message of wildlife and conservation

  • out to so many people, so thank you so much.

  • It was awesome. -No, are you kidding me?

  • Thank you right back to you. -You, as well. Thanks, guys.

  • [ Chuckles ] -The show -- "Crikey!"

  • -Yes. -"Crikey! It's the Irwins."

  • -You've got to say, "Crikey! It's the Irwins."

  • -Oh, sorry. [Australian accent] "Crikey! It's the Irwins."

  • -"Crikey! It's the Irwins." -"Crikey! It's the Irwins."

  • -There you go. -[ Normal voice ] Yeah.

  • -Perfect. -It -- It --

  • It was the biggest debut for Animal Planet

  • in the last five years, so congratulations on that.

  • -Thank you so much. Thanks, guys.

  • -Over 12 million people have seen it around the world.

  • It's a giant hit. -Yeah.

  • -I'm happy for you and your whole family.

  • You know I love the whole fam.

  • So, thank you for coming back. -Thank you.

  • -Now, you brought some animals tonight,

  • and, hopefully, I'll get along with them and...

  • -Yes. Hopefully. -And, yeah. Yeah.

  • -It's gonna be really fun.

  • So, are you ready for the first animal?

  • -Yeah, here we go. Absolutely, we love it.

  • -Okay, we've got two of them coming up here.

  • -Okay. -So, this is Ping and Pong,

  • and they are absolutely adorable.

  • Hey, guys!

  • Hello! Hello, guys! [ Otters squeaking ]

  • -Take your body and kind of...

  • -Yeah, you can hold them really nice and tight in there.

  • These are otters.

  • These are actually little, baby otters.

  • That's great. [ Otters squeaking ]

  • So, see those... -Oh, my gosh.

  • -...those little vocalizations that they're making?

  • -Yes. -Now, that's actually --

  • Oh, he's eating you a little bit.

  • -All right, watch it. Ohh.

  • -That's how they communicate with one another.

  • Now, Asian small-clawed otters --

  • these are the smallest otters in the entire world.

  • Whoops. -He's eating...

  • -He's eating -- He's eating you now.

  • -...the microphone, yeah.

  • -Now, these guys are really cool.

  • They're from Asia. They're amazing.

  • And they've actually got -- I think he loves me.

  • -I think it's cute, but you never know.

  • The -- The squeaks.

  • -They're still babies. -Yeah.

  • -So they will get a lot bigger than this.

  • All right, here we go. [ Laughter ]

  • -They'll get bigger, yes. Okay. -They will. They will.

  • -Oh, my goodness. -Aren't they just so special?

  • -Yep. Okay. -Here.

  • Let me put your mic back -- mic back on.

  • -Hi. Yeah. -There we go.

  • -Hi, buddy. Okay, it's good. -Isn't that awesome?

  • So, they can actually have... [ Otter squeaking ]

  • -He found it again. -They can have...

  • -He's gonna find it again. -Oh, my goodness.

  • -Hi, buddy Ping, buddy Pong.

  • -Ping and Pong. -Hi, buddy.

  • -Now, they actually have the finest fur in the world.

  • Oh, he's giving you a kiss.

  • -I think he almost bit -- or bit me.

  • He almost bit me or kissed me. -Oh, they're so -- so cute.

  • -Hey, buddy. I love them. -Congratulations.

  • Well done. Well done. [ Laughter ]

  • -I'm not squeezing him or anything, I swear.

  • -Thanks, Ping and Pong.

  • -I'm just holding him, and that's all.

  • All right, I'm ready to get Ping and Pong...

  • -All right, we're good? Okay. -Thank you for this.

  • [ Cheers and applause ]

  • Thank you very much. -Oh, my God.

  • -Oh, my God. Thank you. -Thank you very much.

  • -Ohh, gosh. -How cute are they?

  • Are you -- Are you all good? -Yeah, I'm great.

  • I love -- Yeah, that's fantastic.

  • -That's good. Okay.

  • So, next, for this next one,

  • I think we're gonna come around again.

  • We're gonna sit down here.

  • And I'm gonna grab a few pieces here for you of sweet potato.

  • -Mm-hmm. Oh, man.

  • -This next animal loves sweet potatoes,

  • so if you want to sit down... -Oh, okay. Okay. Oh, no.

  • -...and then, you can put... [ Laughter ]

  • -I can see what's kind of coming.

  • -You can put your legs out like this.

  • -Oh, gosh.

  • -Now, you want to hold the sweet potato just here,

  • so they don't bite your fingers. -Oh, no.

  • What do you mean they won't bite my fingers --

  • hold it like this? -So, it'll -- it'll be good.

  • -I don't know. -It'll be good, I promise.

  • -What do I do with that? -You can grab that one, as well,

  • and you can feed them. -Oh, no.

  • -They love sweet potato. -All right.

  • -All right, so, we've got Quill Smith and Quilly Nelson.

  • And you'll see their names in a second.

  • Come on in, guys.

  • These are porcupine. -All righty.

  • [ Laughter ] Good to see you.

  • -Hello. -Okay. What do I...

  • -There you go. -Now, can I...

  • -Have a go at that.

  • So, now, these guys -- they're African --

  • [ Laughter ] He's curling up now.

  • These are African crested porcupines,

  • the largest rodent in the continent of Africa.

  • -Okay, this might be the most dangerous thing I've ever done.

  • -And see those spines there? Yeah.

  • That's actually -- That's their defense mechanism.

  • If a predator is gonna get them,

  • they'll actually sink them right down into their skin.

  • And that's -- that's how they avoid predators.

  • They're amazing. -All right, all right.

  • -How cool is that? -Does he want --

  • Yeah, it's unbelievable. -And see how they're --

  • That shaking there means they're a little bit --

  • a little bit unhappy.

  • They're thinking, "Just what's going on?"

  • [ Laughter ]

  • But, see, once they've got that --

  • once they got the sweet potato, they're completely happy.

  • -They absolutely love it. -I can feel him eating it,

  • but I just... -That's great. How cool is that?

  • -Yeah, man. -Look at them go.

  • -Well, I'm just happy that I had kids,

  • you know... -So cool. Here you go.

  • -...when I -- when I... -Yeah. [ Laughs ]

  • What do you think, eh? -...when I could.

  • -Now, they'll get... [ Laughter ]

  • ...they'll get a lot bigger, too.

  • When they're full-grown,

  • they could easily have a go at a lion.

  • If -- If -- If it's getting close,

  • they'll just stab right in with those quills.

  • [ Laughter ] How cool is that?

  • -All right, this is unbelievable.

  • -They're amazing, aren't they?

  • -It is a pleasure to meet you guys.

  • Oh, wow! My God! All right, all right, Robert.

  • -You're good. You're good.

  • All right, should we take them right now?

  • -Robert. Robert. Robert. -You're good. You're good.

  • -Robert. -All right, bye, guys.

  • -Robert. -Now...

  • -Be very careful, whatever happens next.

  • -I don't know how we're gonna get this.

  • Here. Let's see. -Okay.

  • -There we go. You're good now.

  • -All right, all right. This is great.

  • -All right. See you later, guys.

  • [ Laughs ] -Oh, my heavens.

  • All righty. Okay. -Are you good?

  • -That's -- That's not the carrot.

  • All right, here you go. [ Laughter ]

  • You're having -- the carrot's over here.

  • Here you go, buddy. Eat this.

  • Eat this. -[ Chuckling ] Okay.

  • -All right, good to see these guys.

  • Oh, my gosh. Yeah, I think --

  • [ Laughter ] -Wow, they really love it here.

  • -Security? Oh, no. Okay. -[ Laughing ] Okay.

  • All right, no worries. There we go.

  • -All right, yep. Okay, good.

  • -It's a bit of a challenge picking them up, as you can see.

  • -Ohh. Ohh, my gosh. -There we go.

  • -Yeah. -Well done, guys.

  • [ Cheers and applause ] Good job.

  • That was great. That was so cool.

  • Do you want me to grab your sweet potato for you?

  • -Yeah, that's what he was, yeah, going for.

  • -All right. No worries.

  • So, I think we're gonna stay down here for a little while.

  • [ Laughter ] Have a look at this guy.

  • Now, this is... -I'm not putting him in my lap.

  • I'm not. -This is a giant aardvark.

  • -I don't want to move. -And the aardvarks --

  • they are native to Africa, as well.

  • See those massive claws there?

  • That's what they use to dig.

  • So, they're really interesting animals.

  • They've got that big, long nose.

  • -Yeah. -And that's how they smell.

  • They've got a great sense of smell.

  • And the end of their nose actually looks a bit

  • like a marshmallow.

  • It's so cool.

  • -Has he -- Have we... -How special are they

  • -A random aardvark. -Big ears, great hearing.

  • -This is -- And, sorry.

  • I didn't even quite even hear what you were saying.

  • -Yes. -Is he an -- It's an aardvark --

  • It's an anteater?

  • -Yeah, so they'll -- they'll eat ants and termites.

  • And, yeah, they're great at digging.

  • They'll find a termite mound. They'll break into it.

  • But we've got a little mixture here,

  • and that's kind of a mix of squished insects and bugs,

  • and they absolutely love it.

  • See that? -Absolutely.

  • [ Laughter ] -It's really good.

  • So, it's actually really quite good for them.

  • They absolutely love this. -I can't believe it.

  • -So, we're gonna head down here now for this one.

  • We couldn't really fit this one on the stage.

  • -Okay. -So, this --

  • This is Debra -- This is Debra the Zebra.

  • -Oh, my goodness. -And I absolutely love Debra.

  • Do you want me to come around this side?

  • -Sure. -So...there we go.

  • -Debra the Zebra. Hi. How you doing?

  • -So, Debra the Zebra -- she's actually still quite young.

  • -Hi. -She's a young little zebra,

  • and she still loves her bottles.

  • Now, she's only about six months old.

  • You're welcome to pat her, though.

  • -Six months old? -She loves her pats, yeah.

  • -Oh, my gosh. -Now, these guys --

  • they use those stripes for camouflage.

  • They're one of the best camouflage animals ever.

  • Now, do you want to grab this bottle?

  • -Sure. -And you can feed her.

  • Isn't that amazing?

  • She is so sweet. -Oh, my gosh.

  • -Absolutely adorable, aren't they?

  • -This looks fake almost. -Yeah, yeah.

  • And unlike horses, they can actually be

  • sometimes quite aggressive out in the wild.

  • Yeah, really cool. [ Laughter ]

  • So, that's Debra.