Crocodile hunter’s family gets new series to continue his legacy

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Steve Irwin, the famous “Crocodile hunter” gained a worldwide reputation thanks to his kind heart, explorer’s soul, and passion for conservation. Unfortunately, in 2006, Steve passed away after a stingray stung him, leaving behind his beloved wife Terri and two little children, Bindi and Robert.

But despite the tragically event, the brave family never lost the joy Steve had inspired. And now, 12 years after Steve’s death, his family has a new opportunity to share the love of nature with a new generation. Days ago, Animal Planet announced their new show “Crikey! It’s The Irwins.”


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Together Forever ❤️

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“I am so happy to announce that our brand new Animal Planet series will premiere on October 28th,” Bindi announced with cheer. “We can’t wait to share our story with you as we continue Dad’s important work. This feels like a beautiful new life chapter. I hope to see you there.”

Both of his children have followed in their father’s footsteps. Bind, now 20-years-old is a TV personality who strongly believe and share her conservationist ideas.

The youngest member of Irwin family, Robert is already a very successful professional photographer. And he’s only 14. As expected, he also shared the news with his Instagram fans.

“Crikey! It’s official… our family is returning to Animal Planet on October 28,” he wrote. “So honoured to be sharing our journey with you and showcasing all of the incredible adventures we have with our conservation work here at Australia Zoo and worldwide. I can’t wait to embark on this new chapter as we continue Dad’s legacy.”


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Remembering dad’s passion for wildlife conservation, and love for his family. His message and legacy will live on forever.

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If you were a fan of The Crocodile Hunter be sure to mark your calendar and tune in for the “Crikey! It’s The Irwins” show.


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