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Killer Instinct with Rob Bredl 

In Killer Instinct you can see the thrill of the hunt, the excitement of the chase, going for the kill. Wildlife expert (and crazy Aussie) Rob Bredl hosts this spectacular range of programs... See full summary »

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In Killer Instinct you can see the thrill of the hunt, the excitement of the chase, going for the kill. Wildlife expert (and crazy Aussie) Rob Bredl hosts this spectacular range of programs that demonstrate the 'KILLER INSTINCT' of wild mammals, animals, birds and insects. Rob risks life and limb to illustrate nature in the raw and show us the various methods that creatures use to ensnare their prey. It's all here in 'KILLER INSTINCT'. Experience a close-up, fast paced look at the raw nature of the animal kingdom. Come face to face with Lions, Tigers, Snakes, Spiders, Crocodiles, Sharks and many more... Written by Billy Dingo

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Rob Bredl the first and original Australian Crocodile Man and documentary maker!
5 April 2007 | by See all my reviews

Killer Instinct thrill of the hunt, the excitement of the chase, going for the kill! Wildlife expert Rob Bredl demonstrates the 'KILLER INSTINCT' of wild mammals, animals, birds and insects.

Rob gathered his knowledge since the 1960 when he grew up on their crocodile farm helping his father Josef Bredl, an Austrian migrant to Australia. Josef and Dr. Robert Bustard traveled to Papua New Guniea on a Crocodile research project for the Australian National University. On his return he opened the worlds first crocodile breeding farm in far north Queensland. Young Rob learned his skills there and then. Filming documentaries since the mid seventies he gives us an insight into his exiting job and into his sometimes very dangerous lifestyle. Robs friendly character and amazing skills to explain his surroundings make his documentaries the top choice of all wildlife presentations.

His no fuss, no hype and down to the details explanations have made him the favorite with fans around the world. He never uses a pre-written script and all his comments have been freely spoken and unrehearsed while on filming location. The 55 series documentary Killer Instinct has been and still is screened in more than 35 countries around the world. He has been copied numerous times by other Australian wildlife park operators since the early 1990, who wanted to cash in into the growing lucrative Australian wildlife documentary market. In his Barefoot Bushman Wildlife Park in Airlie Beach Queensland Australia visitors can get up close and personal with Rob and his beloved Reptiles and all other animals. The newest Adventure of the Bredl family the Bredls Blue Planet not far outside of Airlie Beach in the Whitsundays is a 170 Acres natural wildlife reserve teaming with Australian Flora and Fauna. Not only can guests stay on overnight visits to study the animals Rob has shown in his years of filming, they might also have the chance to see how a wildlife documentary is produced.

Bredls Blue Planet will feature in a whole new range of documentaries with a totally new concept of film and internet combination. In these new documentaries the viewers will for the first time ever be able to directly connect to the BredlsBluePlanet website to gather detailed information, photos, additional video footage and life web cam pictures of animals in the enclosures while watching the documentaries on TV or DVD. Robs father Josef has been the first in showing the world how to breed crocodiles in captivity and thus saved the Australian saltwater crocodile from extinction in the '70 and Rob because of this has become Australians first wildlife documentary maker. Now Rob and his family are just about to become the world first producers of interactive TV wildlife documentary makers on a scale never seen before.

To put it in Rob Bredls own words "Keep it Real!"


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