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Animal Planet to air new season of 'The Wild Life of Tim Faulkner'

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MUMBAI: Animal Planet is all set to air the new season of the popular series The Wild Life of Tim Faulkner. The new season will air on 18 January 2016 at 9 pm.



The show follows the schedule of Tim Faulkner, as he tackles the daily challenges of running one of Australia's most action packed wildlife parks.



 Tim will be seen encountering saltwater crocodiles, taipans, web spiders, sea lion, etc. He will come across the world’s weirdest, cutest, rarest and most fearsome animals.  



Tim currently works as the General Manager of the award winning Australian Reptile Park, and has received accolades for his conservation work on Tasmanian devil breeding facility Devil Art. 



Some of Tim’s adventures include:



Malcolm Douglas Crocodile Park - Tim travels far out west to Broome to help an old mate and his team moves a five metre saltwater croc to its new home at the Malcolm Douglas Crocodile Park. Back over on the east coast Tim witnesses one of nature’s greatest sights as turtles nest and hatchlings make their way into the sea for the first time.

 

Raising orphaned kangaroos - Tim provides a countdown of the most dangerous jobs at the Australian Reptile Park before introducing us to Reggie and Russell, two orphaned kangaroo joeys he’s helping to raise.

 

Tracking Numbat - Tim travels to one of the last remnants of original vegetation in Western Australia in search of the numbat - one of the world’s rarest animals.

 

Extracting Venom - Tim delves into a particular Aussie specialty – venom. Discussing why Australia has the most potent animals on the planet before a visit to Fraser Island in search of its most famous resident – the dingo.

 

Red Backed Toadlet - Tiger snakes are different on Kangaroo Island and that’s a red rag to a bull for Tim so he pops over to see just how different they are before a visit to a friend who has been camping out in the forest for months researching the love life of the red backed toadlet.

 

Kangaroo Island - Tim visits Kangaroo Island to check out what’s being done to halt the destruction of the island’s manna gum trees by an over zealous population of koalas. Back at the Australian Reptile Park it’s time to find out who the trouble maker is down at the gator lagoon.

 

Tim tours Kangaroo Island to see how the wildlife there shapes up to life in the Southern Ocean. Along the way he encounters seals, goannas an echidna and of course kangaroos before a visit to a bird sanctuary.

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