After viewing his most recent TikTok video, everyone’s heart went out to Robert Irwin, and many are imploring with him to spend some time away from social media.

Robert Irwin is well-known to the public as the late Steve Irwin’s son.

Along with his mother Terri and sister Bindi, Robert Irwin has put in a lot of effort over the past 10 years at the family’s Australia Zoo, pleasing fans of the Irwin family from all around the world.

Australia’s national treasure was and continues to be Steve Irwin.

The Australian was a passionate supporter of animal rights and wildlife and was perhaps best known for his popular television series The Crocodile Hunter.

Steve’s unusual methods of approaching wildlife made The Crocodile Hunter a huge hit.

The show broadcasted 64 episodes over the course of 5 seasons, from 1997 to 2004.

He was obviously passionate about preservation.

Off-camera, Steve would also go above and above to protect Australia’s wildlife.
His love for all living things was evident. And it was because of this that he gained universal acclaim. In 1992, Steve and his true love got married. Although Terri was born in the United States, she now resides in Queensland, Australia, where she works as an author and environmentalist.

Terri and Steve played the main characters in The Crocodile Hunter.

Furthermore, it was obvious that the two were intended to be together.

Not long later, they had their first kid.

Robert and Bindi Irwin, who were both born in 1998 and 2003, respectively, made up the most attractive family.

In the same way as their father, Robert and Bindi were committed.

He started working at such a young age.

Sadly, things began to deteriorate in 2006…

Steve was injured by a wild stingray barb on September 4th while snorkeling while filming in Australia’s Great Barrier Reef for the documentary series Ocean’s Deadliest.

It didn’t take long to realize that the sting was fatal.

Steve believed the stingray’s barb had just punctured his lung, but in reality, it had pierced his heart, causing the cherished Australian to faint instantly.

Sadly, he succumbed to his injuries.

“Even if we had been able to get him into an emergency room at that point, the damage to his heart was so severe that we probably wouldn’t have been able to save him.

We’re telling him things like, “Think of your kids, Steve, hang on, hang on,” as we’re motoring back, and I’m yelling at one of the other crew members in the boat to put their palm over the wound.

He simply said, “I’m dying,” while gazing up at me in a serene manner. And it was the last thing he spoke,” sadly recounted one of the underwater cameramen.

As they transferred Steve to the main boat, the cameraman performed CPR on him for an hour.

Tragically, the paramedics pronounced him dead a short time later.

These were horrible news for everyone who knew and cared about him.

Of course, there was also his surviving family.

Dealing with this loss has been difficult and devastating for Terri and their children.

But as time went on, Terri taught her kids to treasure their father’s memory, and they all worked together to carry on the Australia Zoo’s animal care program in his honor.

After some time has passed, Robert and his sister Bindi only talk about their fond recollections of their father.

They’re everywhere, too!

Terri and Steve’s children have developed into extraordinary adults.

It’s wonderful to see that Robert, 18, and Bindi, 23, are pursuing careers in biology and conservation, just like their father.

Robert is eerily similar to his father in many ways.


In addition, he routinely makes appearances on American media to advertise the Australia Zoo and the conservation initiatives that his family and him are dedicated to.

Most recently, he remembered his father on Father’s Day.

“I had the world’s greatest father. He commented on TikTok, “Thinking about him and remembering nothing but good times.

Robert put together a beautiful movie of the priceless times he had shared with his father.

We couldn’t help but be moved when she continued, “I hope you all had a wonderful Father’s Day in the US – sending love to those who couldn’t celebrate with their Dad,” which was quite touching.

The 18-year-old is undoubtedly quite busy.

Like his father, Robert prefers to fight for animal rights and conservation rather than spending his free time at parties and playing computer games, especially for animals in Australia.

However, a video of his encounter with a crocodile went viral in February of this year after horrifying many people with his callous treatment of the monster.

Numerous people were astounded by Robert’s level of “cruelty.”

Robert was trying to feed Casper, a crocodile at the zoo, when he nearly came under assault.

Casper continued to try to attack Robert despite being told to pay no attention to the meal being served to him.

The keeper shouted “Bail, bail, bail!!!” as a result, and other keepers rushed into the enclosure to assist him.

Thankfully, neither Casper nor Robert were hurt as a result.

The video was subsequently uploaded by Robert to Instagram with the remark, “The conclusion of ‘Crikey! Go watch It’s the Irwins’, which is currently airing at 8 p.m. in the USA!

The best is definitely reserved for last, and that includes one of my favorite croc feeds ever!

With our crocs, we put an emphasis on natural behavior. They get to employ all of their predatory instincts and they really enjoy it when you get in their enclosures with them and let them put on those tremendous strikes from the water’s edge.

Additionally, we can inform everyone about conservation, he added. However, our own safety is equally important, and you must know when to call for it. And we were forced to leave since Casper was such a strong and swift croc.

However, several people slammed the keeper for his behavior after he published his post, saying he was “using animals as entertainment.”

These remarks, “Everything always gets blown up and made a huge thing,” have since been addressed by Robert.

I personally feel closest to my father when I’m in there working with the creatures he loved. For me, it’s an adrenaline rush and an exciting thing to do.

“So many of our crocodiles are the originals, the ones we’ve worked with from day one,” Robert continued. It gives me great honor to carry on that legacy.

Yes, they are dangerous, but they are also incredible beings that deserve our respect.

On social media sites like TikTok, Robert, who is only 18 years old, has amassed millions of fans. His videos have about 19 million likes.

Additionally, he has received a ton of compliments, many of which typically mention his father.

The customary response to one of Robert’s videos was recently replicated by TikToker @sa99ymaggie, though, as followers argue it’s not always a good idea to include his father under every post.

4.6 million people have watched the TikTok, and they expressed their agreement with her point in the comments section.

Facts!, a commenter said. Can’t people just let him live without constantly bringing up his father?

A different person wrote: “NO SERIOUSLY LIKE ‘HI GUYS, I SAVED A SNAKE TODAY’, ‘OMG, remember when your dad sadly passed away and you were only a child? that was awful.

The video is accessible here.

How do you feel?