If you’ve forgot the legendary Steve Irwin, let’s refresh your memory. Remember the documentary The Crocodile Hunter? Steve Irwin was the host in it. Everybody loved the documentary as it was extremely dangerous but Steve always made it seem like it was not, playing around with crocodiles and animals. He will always be remembered for being one of the best Australian zookeeper, conservationist and television personality.
Unfortunately, he passed. But just as the saying goes, “like father like son”, his son Robert Irwin continues his legacy. He followed his late father’s footsteps and is helping the world fall in love with nature today. Robert was in some of the series of the documentary too when he was a kid.
Since his young age, he always fascinated about the natural world. Today, together with his family, he travels from one place to another to capture the beauty of the animal kingdom. Just like his dad, nawww. The talented 13 year old shares his wildlife photography on his Instagram and it’s amazing! Take a look at it, it’s mindblowing!
1. It was an amazing experience to spend time with this beautiful humpback whale @ladyelliotislandecoresort 🐋They are one of the most majestic and incredible creatures I have ever seen and it was breathtaking to share water with one of the largest creatures on the planet!
2. A flock of beautiful egrets taking flight over the Wenlock River at the #SteveIrwinWildlifeReserve 🍃
3. So much fun to get an up-close perspective with this gorgeous sea turtle that I photographed @ladyelliotislandecoresort 🐢He has a hilarious expression!
4. Happy #NaturePhotographyDay 🍃This is a beautiful, wild hummingbird that I photographed in the middle of the city of Los Angeles. It is always incredible to see how nature finds a way to adapt even in cities. It is so important to appreciate our natural world and preserve it for generations to come!
5. Our American Alligators are one of my favourite animals @australiazoo 🐊 This baby gator is one of the cutest animals I have ever photographed!
6. One of our beautiful little meerkats @australiazoo 🍃You can meet them in September when they move to their new meerkat adventure area!
7. This is a macro shot of a baby water dragon. I photographed him at the @australiazoo Wildlife Hospital. The water dragon is a common lizard found on the Sunshine Coast!🦎