The son of the late Steve Irwin Robert may only be 15 years old, but he has already established himself as a worthy candidate for his father’s inheritance as an animal expert and television personality .
Thanks to numerous television appearances and conservation work, the teenager continues to pay tribute to his father, who unfortunately died in 2006 after a fatal sting ray.
In his last move, the son of a crocodile hunter decided to recreate the image of his father feeding the same crocodile fifteen years later.
Robert posted a picture of the couple next to the inscription: “my dad and I fed Murray… there, the same crocodile – two photos at intervals of 15 years.”
Followers hastened to praise the star and show their support: one commentator wrote: “Such a special and such a stylish friend.”
Damned. Yes, it’s a picture of two guys feeding pieces of meat to a predatory semi-aquatic reptile, but it’s touching in its own way.
But Rob is not the only one who supports the Empire created by his father, as the whole family continues to protect the wildlife of the world, including his wife Terry and daughter Bindi.
“I think now, even more than when dad was around, our wildlife is really being depleted so incredibly quickly,” Robert said.
“I think it’s so important that we can learn to love and respect all animals and natural places, not just cute and cuddly creatures.”
It was a feeling shared by the rest of the family, including 20-year-old Bindi, who said, “Thanks to our work with the Australian zoo and our nonprofit wildlife Warriors ,every day of our lives is spent preserving our father’s legacy and making sure that everything he has lived and worked so hard for goes into the future.”
54-year-old Terry explained the importance of preserving predators of vertices, adding that in order to help you out, you don’t need to have the resources and the size of Irvine.
You don’t have to devote your whole life to make really positive changes, so if you have time, you can do little things – recycle, turn off the lights when you leave the room, turn off the faucet when you brush your teeth, things like that really help, ” she told us.
“And if you can volunteer in your local community, you can do something to help – if there’s a day of cleaning in the Park or a day of plants – and then we all have the funds we can spend on things.” it’s important. “
The point is clear – small changes make a big difference, which Steve would strongly agree with.