From the time he was old enough to focus on an object, Tim Faulkner has had his eyes glued on things that slither, climb, claw, wrap, shake, hop and burrow. Over the past twenty years, Tim Faulkner's wild life has included relocating a male crocodile in an effort to increase his chances of getting lucky; extracting venom from some of the world's most deadly snakes and spiders; filming TV shows broadcast in over 170 territories worldwide; establishing and rewilding a breeding population of Tasmanian devils on the mainland; building conservation organisations such as Aussie Ark from scratch; co-owning the Australian Reptile Park; and rescuing rare turtles and other wildlife after the 2019-20 Black Summer bushfires. There is a powerful motivation behind his decision to share stories and lessons from his remarkable life in animal conservation. Tim is passionately committed to raising our awareness of the catastrophic situation facing Australia's unique animals and ecology. This country has the worst mammal and plant extinction rate on earth, and 1 in 3 of our native mammals are at imminent risk of disappearing forever. With help from supporters including Leonardo DiCaprio, Naomi Watts, Zac Efron, Chris Hemsworth, Shania Twain, Adrian Grenier, and Gretel and Roslyn Packer, Tim Faulkner is on a mission to save Australia's threatened wildlife and restore its unique biodiversity. And he wants all his fellow Aussies to join him in the fight.