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Like Father, Like Son. Steve Irwin Junior Impresses Crowd On Tonight Show
22 February 2017, 12:56 | Sue Hudson
Steve Irwin's Son Continues His Dad's Legacy On 'The Tonight Show'
The late Steve Irwin's son Robert is now 13 and he's growing up to be just like his dad.
"It's really great", Robert said, after mentioning that his dad was also on The Tonight Show before.
Listening to the 13-year-old speak about his love for animals, Fallon told him: "This is so cool to see you like this. So I think I'm the luckiest kid on planet Earth". The resemblance between Steve Irwin's enthusiasm for the natural world and his son is striking, and even his sister Bindi was moved by the similarity.
Steve Irwin, was a Australian nature expert and the host of the wildly popular television show "The Crocodile Hunter", he died in 2006 after being strung by a stingray. It was like Steve Irwin was never gone.
"Robert, you are more and more like Dad every day". While writing one of his thank-you notes, Fallon could be found saying, "Thank you, seeing my breath in the cold during winter, for making me look like I'm constantly vaping", with Schultz's image blowing out a hazy cloud appearing onscreen alongside Fallon. My family and I, I've actually grown up at Australia Zoo. While most of us would squirm with fear around wild animals, like the host himself, the young Robert was a total natural as he held a crocodile, a snake and a screaming armadillo with equal ease. Proceeds from the dinner will benefit the Wildlife Warriors.
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