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Killer Instinct

Killer Instinct includes 12 titles featuring the Discovery Channel's Rob Bredl and offers viewers a close-up look at the world's deadliest predators.The Killer Instinct range has won many awards including three Telly awards and two Arrora awards.


The range has a usual retail price of £7.99.

 

 

 

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Aggresive Predators

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Strange, vicious little creatures with Dracula-like teeth and really bad attitudes because aggression is a major key to survival. Don't let the size fool you - they can pack a whole lot of punch. Rob Bredl introduces us to Numbats, Dunnarts, Quolls, Phascogales, Planigales and Antechinus.

 

Hunting and stalking their prey is like watching a top African predator hunt; only in fast forward motion. Rob shows us their needle-like fangs and ponders their roots in a harsh land where once their prehistoric ancestors where lumbering giants compared with their modern, high speed counterparts.

These amazing little animals feature high aggression matched only by their metabolic rates.


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Australian Pythons

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Pythons are relatively primitive and were some of the first snakes to evolve. Rob Bredl makes a study of the snakes that branded Australia 'The land of the Pythons'. In all sizes and colors, Rob really gets into a 'pet' topic of his and drapes himself with these big guns of the snake world.

From 50 centimeters to 6 meters, they are all constrictors and use this as their means of killing prey.

 

Rob takes us to an annual bat migration where Children's pythons find plenty of prey... he takes to the trees to find the beautiful green python and even a type named after Rob Bredl's famous snake expert father, the 'Bredlii'.


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Big Cats

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They may look like enormous versions of domestic pets but the Lions and Tigers of the world are no 'pussy cats'. They are ruthless and successful carnivores of the highest order. Rob Bredl takes you to see how Lions and Cheetahs stalk the African plains.

 

We look back at the extraordinary and famous attacks at Tsavo in Kenya where 140 workers lost their lives to two marauding male Lions... an event which inspired the movie "Ghosts In The Darkness".

 

Rob speaks with global experts to examine the behaviour of these perfect predators.


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Crocodiles

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The crocodilian is a much-maligned reptile feared by humans more through ignorance than reason. Rob Bredl understands them; he was raised alongside them in the crocodile infested wetlands of Australia and now breeds and cares for many crocs that are big man-eaters.

 

You will enter the crocodile's and alligator's hunting grounds; see them wait patiently in silence; then strike with lightning speed and crushing force.

 

Rob proves that humans can live with these rulers of the waterways provided we respect the single-minded response of the prehistoric crocodilian mind; the Killer Instinct.


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Dingos

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For a study in sheer animal cunning it would be difficult to surpass the dingo; an animal very similar in appearance to the domestic dog with good reason the dingo is the original dog, the first wolf to be domesticated from Asia 3,000 years ago and in Australia it has returned to wolf-like behaviour.

 

Rob Bredl examines this killer of the outback to find the truth behind the hype. It successfully hunts kangaroos as well as running down sheep and cattle.

 

For this reason in the state of Queensland a fence 3000 miles long has been erected to try and keep them at bay.


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Lizards

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From the furtive movements of the tiniest of the species to the lumbering motion of the massive Komodo Dragon, lizards can evoke a fear that ripples down our spine knowing their minds are cool with a single purpose - to survive at your cost if necessary.

 

Rob Bredl brings new understanding to the Komodo Dragons, the largest monitor on earth, and compares them with their Australian cousins the goannas. He also introduces us to the perentie, known by the Australian Aboriginal people as the 'Land Crocodile'.

 

Rob gleefully gets his hands on some serious lizards surviving in extreme environments on pure killer instinct.


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Ocean Venom

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These innocent looking and often, pretty ocean dwellers have frighteningly powerful toxins to inject into their victims. From blue ringed octopus, box jellyfish, sea wasps, stonefish and cone shells to the headline making, deadly irukandji, Rob Bredl goes offshore to find out why such potent venoms are needed to kill small prey fish when merely brushing against an irukandji 'jellyfish' can bring excruciating pain and inevitable death to innocent human swimmers.

 

Discover which is the deadliest to humans and why has it developed such a powerful arsenal.

 

Rob pulls on his flippers and drifts with these killers to find these answers.


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Saltwater Crocodiles

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Startling insights to the crocodilian's arsenal of senses and killing power from the man who loves them and knows them best, Rob Bredl. We travel with Rob as he meets up with traditional owners and operators of the Edward River Crocodile Farm that Rob helped establish in 1971... now managed by twelve aboriginal tribes.

 

Rob spent ten years with the community, so his return to the Edward River can be described as a homecoming to his place of learning and growth as an animal handler and lover. Rob shows us the saltwater crocodile in detail, its biology and physiology, the cycle from birth to death.


Sharks

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Sharks first appeared in the Earth's oceans about 350 million years ago, long before dinosaurs ever roamed the Earth. Host, Rob Bredl will dive to get you 'nose to jaws' with these highly adaptable predators of the sea. The program explores the evolution of the shark and the place it holds in many cultures.

 

You will be introduced to many of the 360 species of sharks that inhabit the world's oceans; top of the list is the most feared and misunderstood shark of all, the Great White and we interview the few lucky surviving victims.

 

Also examined is the Orca, 'Killer Whale', as the top predator in the ocean.

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Snakes

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With years of experience snake aficionado Rob Bredl guides us through the haunts and lairs of the deadliest snakes on the planet including the Inland Taipan, which he says, 'can kill you in three seconds if it hits an artery'.

 

With Rob's unique insight on the Cobra, Python, Taipan and more, viewers will embark on a journey from fear to understanding and ultimately careful respect for some of the most dangerous reptiles on the planet.

 

Rob dodges death at every turn turning his hard won knowledge into amazing one on one encounters all caught on camera.


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Spiders

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Spiders, one of the greatest fear-inducing creatures; even a shadow of a spider evokes caution and loathing. But Rob Bredl only sees their cunning, agility and intelligence as great hunters. You will enter the world of venomous spiders, as Rob introduces you to the hairiest, deadliest and most aggressive spiders.

 

You'll meet the human survivors of spider attacks and how to avoid being bitten in the first place. Get uncomfortably close to Funnel Webs, massive Bird Eating Spiders, White Tails, Tarantulas, Black Widows, Scorpions and more...when you've got poison in your fangs this deadly - size doesn't matter.


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Survival of the Fittest

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Strange, vicious little creatures with Dracula-like teeth and really bad attitudes because aggression is a major key to survival. Don't let the size fool you - they can pack a whole lot of punch. Rob Bredl introduces us to Numbats, Dunnarts, Quolls, Phascogales, Planigales and Antechinus.

 

Hunting and stalking their prey is like watching a top African predator hunt; only in fast forward motion. Rob shows us their needle-like fangs and ponders their roots in a harsh land where once their prehistoric ancestors where lumbering giants compared with their modern, high speed counterparts.

These amazing little animals feature high aggression matched only by their metabolic rates.


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Urban Birds of Prey

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Rob leaves his beloved bush for the noise and jangle of the city to examine the adaptive nature of Owls, Kingfishers, Magpies, Butcherbirds, Crows and all well-adapted carnivores living with us.

 

Rob demonstrates the tool-making and tool-using behaviour of crows and how strong social bonds keep a crow family together.

 

And while listening to its beautiful song, discover the grisly details of how the Butcherbird gets it's name. This, plus a night hunt for the prince of darkness, the owl, will have you wondering at the wildlife surrounding you in your civilized suburb.


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