It may seem like he’s still with us because of his legendary character, but Steve Irwin passed away in September 2006, tragically after being stung by a giant stingray in his native Australia.
Irwin, the legendary wildlife TV host and the famous “Crocodile Hunter”, left behind his wife Terri Raines, as well as his two kids, his daughter Bindi and his son Robert. Following their family’s footsteps, the two children became active in conservation and wildlife movements. Bindi became a TV host and Robert is pursuing his own career that gets people talking, largely due to the quality of his amazing work.
And while he is no longer with us, his son Robert seems to have taken over his father‘s shoes to continue Steve’s work through his superb photos. From his earliest days, Robert has been fascinated by the natural world.
Robert, 13, follows in his father’s footsteps and helps the world fall in love with nature.
Robert Clarence Irwin the son of Steve Irwin is born December 1, 2003, and he is fascinated by nature from an early age. At first, young Robert was often pictured alongside his famous father, but since then he won awards for his own work, which are published on his website RobertIrwinPhotos.com.
Together along with his family, he travels the planet and captures the splendor of the animal kingdom.
From the smallest and most common animals to the exotic and national animals of Australia- Robert is trying to capture the most memorable parts of nature at the same time spreading a message of love for animals and conservation.
With nearly 600,000 followers on Twitter, the career of young Robert has only just begun.
Hopefully Irwin’s prodigy can stay safe, as he’s also made forays into his father’s world with a handful of more dangerous activities, like feeding the crocodile.
His flora and fauna pictures had been in lots of pictures contests and the young artist keeps impressing people with great pictures.
“Amazing photos,” one commenter named Eva said. Other fan named Robbie explains: “He is a superb younger man! Huge fan in their TV program ‘Crikey! It’s the Irwins.’
The Irwin family has carried on the tradition and name of their father since his death by participating in various shows, photoshoots, videos and royal presentations.