Rattlesnakes, Great White Sharks and near death experiences with Donald Schultz
Donald Schultz is a researcher and filmmaker. Donald started to work with reptiles at the age of 13 and was fortunate to have an internship at the world-famous Fitzsimmons Snake Park, where he received sound schooling in herpetology and soon after committed his life to working with misunderstood and sometimes reviled animals. His love affair with dangerous activities extends beyond just his work, and he tries to incorporate the two whenever possible. BASE jumping, wingsuit flying, commercial diving, and world exploration make up a few of the activities he enjoys when he isn’t filming great white sharks for Shark Week. He is most passionate about showing others the magical world around him while also protecting it for future generations.