Actress and conservationist Bindi Irwin has marked her father's birthday on social media with a simple yet heartfelt Instagram post. Steve Irwin would have turned 55-years-old on the 22nd February.
The 18-year-old posted a photo of the late Steve Irwin face-to-face with a cockatoo, captioned: "Always in our hearts."
Bindi was eight years old when a stingray barb killed her father while he was shooting a documentary in 2006.
Last week, Robert Irwin made a rave debut appearance on "The Tonight Show" where he introduced (slightly terrified) host Jimmy Fallon to a range of critters. Robert talked of his upbringing at Australia Zoo and called himself the "luckiest kid on planet Earth".
"It's so cool to see you like this," Fallon told his guest. "You're actually your dad."
Take a look at some more touching tributes for The Crocodile Hunter on his birthday:
Happy birthday to the late Steve Irwin. pic.twitter.com/OwjJEaVyc0— Discovery (@Discovery) February 22, 2017
Remembering the 'Crocodile Hunter,' Steve Irwin, on what would have been his 55th birthday. pic.twitter.com/hTXZC1LaAu— TODAY (@TODAYshow) February 22, 2017
We remember Steve Irwin. "The Crocodile Hunter" would have turned 55 years old today. Rest in peace... pic.twitter.com/sgTXXBeSYz— Good Morning America (@GMA) February 22, 2017
Steve Irwin would have turned 55 today. He's still such an inspiration to us all. pic.twitter.com/U3n6YtO3JR— Science Channel (@ScienceChannel) February 22, 2017
Steve Irwin pic.twitter.com/nyZYmtZmNZ— History in Pictures (@HistoryFlick) February 22, 2017
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