Well known for his World Safari group of documentary travel movies, this adventurer portrayed his conservationist philosophy in his work. Furthermore to his effective movies, he released a companion publication entitled Alby Mangels’ Globe Safari and was the main topic of the Lynn Santer-penned biography Beyond Globe Safari. Before embarking upon his 1st, six-year-long experience trip in 1971, he still left college in his early teenagers and subsequently done a chicken plantation. The mainly unplanned, dangerous expeditions that are depicted in his well-known movies resulted, in some instances, in serious problems for his travel companions. While filming Globe Safari II, for instance, Mangels’ friend and fellow adventurer Piers Soutier experienced a major accident that remaining him paralyzed and eventually led to his death. Created in holland to Johannes and Adrianna Mangels, he relocated along with his family members to Australia when he was six years of age. He and English-born explorer Ed Stafford both produced documentary movies detailing their moves to unique locales (Stafford strolled the entire amount of the Amazon River).