Jack Randall insists he isn’t fearless.
The 30-year-old zoologist, who left his home in England at 14 to work for the late “Crocodile Hunter” Steve Irwin, has taken up his mentor’s mantle, facing off against nature’s slimiest and scaliest while the rest of us sit at home watching behind covered eyes. But the host of National Geographic’s “Out There with Jack Randall” doesn’t want you to be scared.
“If you don’t understand the animal, that’s why you’re scared,” Randall told the Daily News. “You just have to understand what’s dangerous, understand their behaviors.”
It also helps, he joked, that he’s been bitten by a tarantula before and “didn’t react too badly.”
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