Steve Irwin’s Son Feeds Same Crocodile His Father Fed 15 Years On
Steve Irwin’s son reproduced a picture of his father feeding the same crocodile fifteen years later and posted it on Twitter and Instagram
The late Steve Irwin's child Robert may just be 15-years of age but as of now he's demonstrated himself to be a commendable possibility to take on his father's legacy as an animal expert and TV character.
With various TV appearances, the teenager keeps on paying tribute to his dad, who unfortunately died in 2006 after a deadly sting from a stingray. Earlier this week, the crocodile hunter’s son reproduced a picture of his father feeding the same crocodile fifteen years later.
Robert posted an image which was captioned, "Dad and me feeding Murray... same place, same croc - two photos 15 years apart."
Netizens including fans and followers rushed to commend the star and extend their support. "So special, and so much style mate,” said one user. Another summed everything up by stating, "Can't begin to imagine how proud he would be Robert." The image showed two fellows feeding meat to the same crocodile. Be that as it may, Rob is, by all account, not the only one keeping up the legacy his father made. Apart from him, his whole family advocates for the world’s wild life including spouse Terri and daughter Bindi.
A foreign media outlet was fortunate enough to speak with the whole family in order to discover how they're keen to paying tribute to Steve's work. "I think now, even more so than when Dad was around, our wildlife is really being depleted as such an incredibly rapid rate," said Robert. "I think it's so important that we can learn to love and respect all animals and natural places, not just the cute and cuddly creatures." This was a notion shared by the whole family, including Bindi, 20, who stated, "With our work with Australia Zoo and our non-profit organisation Wildlife Warriors, every single day of our lives is spent continuing Dad's legacy and making sure that everything he lived for and worked so hard for carries on into the future."