Predators with claws designed to slice, grab, tear, torture and impale.
The ability to move quickly is a major advantage.
Canines have honed their predatory skills over millions of years.
The evolution of the jaw.
Rob Bredl handles the world's most dangerous animals.
Rob Bredl's uncanny ability to handle some of the world's most dangerous animals.
Rob Bredl hunts for the extreme lunch in the wild.
Rob Bredl takes a look at the lives and instincts of giant bird-eating spiders, road crocodiles and deadly taipans.
Awesome cats show their killer instinct in action.
Examining the untamed spirit of the North American wild cat.
Rob travels to the other side of the world for a face-to-face look at two amazing snakes.
A close-up look at North America's most awesome animals with a killer instinct.
Unusual creatures live in the tropical-forest regions.
Rob Bredl finds some amazing creatures who jealously hang on to their patch of liquid.
Rob Bredl attempts to catch crocodiles, koalas and emus.
Rob heads for the panhandle to get his feet wet in Florida.
The differences between crocodiles and alligators; hunting for eggs and catching wild crocodiles; the American crocodile.
Profile of wild animals that evolve and adapt to better survive in the wilderness.
Goshawk and prairie falcon of the United States; spotted owlet of India; great horned owl; barking owl; raptors and kingfishers; kookaburra, butcherbird and tawny frogmouth.
Grizzly bear cub; mother raccoon teaches her young to find their own food; the scrub turkey has to fend for itself from the moment it is born.
Australian predators include the dingo, Tasmanian devil, python and tiger snake.
Carnivores depend on skill and cunning to stay fed and alive.
Grizzly bear; grey wolf; mountain lion.
The long fanged tarantula; scorpion; Asian purple centipede; gila monster; komodo dragon; the inland taipan snake; python.
Rob encounters the Mojave rattlesnake and the rarely seen tiger rattler; feeding time with king snakes; a close call with a western diamondback.
Rob Bredl hunts for unusual turtles, snakes, lizards and bullfrogs in the Louisiana bayou.
Rob journeys to desert country in southwest USA to find similarities and differences between wildlife in two continents.
Rob and Lin study the alligator and North American crocodile in Florida.
Rob Bredl and Lin Sutherland examine one of the greatest artificial reefs in the world.
Rob Bredl travels to central Australia to find varieties of lizards.
Rob Bredl encounters amazing animals in Tasmania.
Rob Bredl journeys to Australia to find the planet's deadliest snakes.
Dangerous fish: piranha, stonefish, stingray.
Rob explores Kangaroo Island in Australia.
Australia's unique features.
Rob Bredl examines the hunting and cooking methods of the Australian Aborigine.
Rob Bredl investigates the animals that live in water-filled volcanic craters.
A look at the damage that is being caused by the spread of fire ants.
Surviving the Australian Outback.
Getting past fears.
Searching for deadly snakes in Central Australia.
The daily chores of running a wildlife park.
Rob Bredl climbs Mount Bartle Frere in Queensland; crash site of B-25.
Rob Bredl returns to Pormpuraaw in Australia to feed, wrangle, birth and catch crocodiles.
Wrestling a lion; walking a Bengal tiger; cougars.
Blue-ringed octopus; box jellyfish; sea wasps; stonefish and cone shells use potent venom to kill their prey.
Examining the brutal but fascinating world of killer insects.
Rob Bredl examines the deadly python snake.
Rob looks for crocodiles, snakes, lizards and spiders.
The crow, owl and magpie.
Rob Bredl takes on pint-size creatures.
The dingo's penchant for attacking and killing humans.
Walking with the Komodo dragon in Indonesia.
Ancient instincts help the much-maligned crocodilians to survive since the age of the dinosaur.
Diving with highly adaptable marine predators.
Spiders exhibit cunning, agility and intelligence.
Snakes herd, stalk and strike their prey.
The world of spiders.
The Komodo Dragons of Indonesia.
Rob Bredl looks at the deadly shark.