Every now and then you get to meet some really cool people in the first aid biz.
That was especially the case earlier this year, when we got to hang out with Coyote Peterson, Mark Vins and Mario Aldecoa from Brave Wilderness at the Australian Reptile Park, as part of their tour Down Under.
Into the Brave Wilderness
With close to 15 million subscribers and more than 2.5 billion views to his YouTube channel, The Brave Wilderness, Coyote Peterson has carved an infamous reputation from exploring the great unknown and encountering bites, stings and other misadventures from some of our planet’s scariest creatures.
A Brave Recommendation
Coyote was so impressed with the Survival first aid products, he used them to demonstrate some classic snake first aid as part of his program and publicly thanked Survival for providing such awesome products.
Coyote also had this to say about Survival’s first aid products:
“Survival First Aid Kits not only look amazing, but are also super practical, and we use them on all of our adventures.” – Coyote Peterson, Brave Wilderness, 2019
Survival has continued to keep in touch with Coyote and the gang and readily supplies them with first aid and safety equipment for their (mis)-adventures in The Brave Wilderness.
When we learnt the boys were headed Down Under in early 2019 to promote their new series on Animal Planet, we couldn’t miss the opportunity to meet up with them in person.
Reptile Park Reunions
We arranged to meet up at the Australian Reptile Park – an obvious destination for those looking for dangerous encounters and animal species of all kinds.
We spent time talking ‘safety in the wildest situations’ and filled the boys in on Survival’s first aid app, iFirstAid, designed to keep every individual safe no matter where you are in the world.
We also discussed some serious innovations for Survival first aid products, got the lowdown on the Brave gang’s next adventures and couldn’t resist on getting some photos with the guys.
With all that important stuff out of the way, it was time to get a little wild.
What happens next?
So, until next time: