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    Steve Irwin would have turned 57 today. ❤️ The Times recently spoke with his wife, son and daughter about how they’re keeping his legacy alive.
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The exuberant, khaki-clad animal expert and conservationist Steve Irwin was Animal Planet’s first superstar. The Australian Irwin and his American wife, Terri, starred from 1997 to 2004 in the popular documentary series “The Crocodile Hunter,” which also spawned other series, specials and even a feature film.

Audiences couldn’t get enough of Irwin, who owned and operated Australia Zoo in Queensland, and peppered his conversations with such words as “crikey,” “whopper” and “mate” as he got up close and personal with animals including his beloved crocodiles. Their children Bindi — she was named for his favorite crocodile — and Robert eventually became part of the series.
.But tragedy struck a dozen years ago when Irwin was killed at the age of 44 after he was struck in the heart by a stingray barb while filming a documentary.

Though Irwin is gone, his spirit is alive.
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“At the end of the day, Mum and Dad have always said just follow your dreams, do what you love,” noted Bindi. “I feel as I’ve gotten older, I have been able to choose my path in life and be Bindi. I think we all have this destiny within our hearts.”

    Steve Irwin would have turned 57 today. ❤️ The Times recently spoke with his wife, son and daughter about how they’re keeping his legacy alive.
    .
    The exuberant, khaki-clad animal expert and conservationist Steve Irwin was Animal Planet’s first superstar. The Australian Irwin and his American wife, Terri, starred from 1997 to 2004 in the popular documentary series “The Crocodile Hunter,” which also spawned other series, specials and even a feature film.

    Audiences couldn’t get enough of Irwin, who owned and operated Australia Zoo in Queensland, and peppered his conversations with such words as “crikey,” “whopper” and “mate” as he got up close and personal with animals including his beloved crocodiles. Their children Bindi — she was named for his favorite crocodile — and Robert eventually became part of the series.
    .But tragedy struck a dozen years ago when Irwin was killed at the age of 44 after he was struck in the heart by a stingray barb while filming a documentary.

    Though Irwin is gone, his spirit is alive.
    .
    “At the end of the day, Mum and Dad have always said just follow your dreams, do what you love,” noted Bindi. “I feel as I’ve gotten older, I have been able to choose my path in life and be Bindi. I think we all have this destiny within our hearts.”

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