There’s not a single person who doesn’t know Steve Irwin.
He and his wife, Terri, have spent their lives working towards the welfare of animals. They even spent their honeymoon tapping crocodiles.
In 2006, aged 44, Irwin was stung by a stingray barb while filming an underwater documentary ‘Ocean’s Deadliest.’ This unfortunate incident cost him his life.
But his legacy did not stop there. His whole family which includes his wife, Terri, 54, his daughter, Bindi, 20 and also his son Robert, who is just 15 are all determined to take Steve’s dreams and projects forward.
Bindi has been famous since she was young as she accompanied her father regularly at his show ‘The Crocodile Hunter Diaries’, including others.
Her brother, Robert, is also a part of the same projects as his mother and sister. He has hosted a handful of shows and is currently part of another.
Recently, he posted a picture on his Instagram page which showed him and the crocodile Murray. He recreated an image of his father feeding the same crocodile at the same place fifteen years ago.
He posted his picture along with the original photo of his dad and mentioned in the caption that he and dad were feeding Murray at the same place fifteen years apart.
The picture soon gathered a lot of praise from his father’s and his fans. The comments were incredibly supportive and emphatic.
All three of them are adamant about making some positive changes for their alpha predator friends. They run a non-profit organization called ‘Wildlife Warriors’ and work in collaboration with Australia Zoo. In an interview, they said that each day of their lives goes into continuing their father’s legacy and they would want to keep it that way.
Terri adds that efforts by each one of us are counted. One step today will lead us to a better future. She encourages people to take small household steps like switching off the lights when not in use, turning off water taps and planting trees. According to her, each step matters.
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