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Mike Horn is acknowledged as one of the world’s greatest explorers and extreme adventurers in the modern era.
Mike was elected a member of the exclusive Laureus World Sports Academy in 2007 in recognition of his ground-breaking achievements.
He is undoubtedly one-of-a-kind. And his unrivalled years of hands-on experience with oceans, rivers and mountains, swamplands, tundra and ice or jungles and deserts, makes him the greatest modern day explorer ever. Yet Mike is still young at heart in every way and has begun a brand new chapter in his life.
One he describes as possibly his most exciting to date. That is to share and impart his knowledge to our younger generation, helping to educate and inform them about the beauty and significance of what is now ‘their’ planet and to help preserve its magnificence for their generations to come.
Bob Irwin is acknowledged for his conservation and husbandry work with apex predators and reptiles
Bob Irwin's career in animal conservation officially began in 1970, constructing a reptile zoo, which he gave later to his son Steve Irwin.
Since establishing the Bob Irwin Wildlife Fund in 2008, Bob has become ever more vocal in representing Australia's wildlife and making the general public more aware of their often desperate plight. Since the fund's inception Bob has worked with volunteers from a number of grass-roots environmental organisations to draw attention to such issues as the massacre of wombats in farming regions, the inhumane slaughter of dugongs, the atrocities of the kangaroo industry and the imminent loss of koalas from South East Queensland. He may be a 'man of retirement age' but Bob has never been more passionate about our wildlife and its environment.