Steve Irwin’s 14-Year-Old Son Become an Award Winning Photographer

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Robert Irwin is a 14-year-old animal photographer, and the son of the legendary zookeeper and conservationist Steve Irwin, who was killed by a stingray in 2006.

Robert inherited his love for the animal kingdom from both his parents and started taking pictures of wild animals from a very young age. Nowadays, he is a popular, award-winning Australian-American wildlife photographer who travels the world to spread a message of conservation. The Irwin family also owns the famous Australia Zoo, and Robert is following in his late father’s footsteps helping the world to fall in love with nature through his photographs. And people are loving it!

Check out Robert’s “wild” photos below. Like father, like son, right?

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