Steve Irwin was perhaps the best, and most iconic thing to ever come out of Australia. His passion and enthusiasm for nature and animal conservation had the whole world hooked, and he consistently stressed the importance of respecting our planet and the animals that we share it with.
Since his tragic death in 2006, his legacy has been continued. Steve left behind his wife and 2 children but, in true Irwin fashion, they have worked to make sure that Steve’s work isn’t forgotten.
And his son, Robert, in particular, has grown to become a mini-me version of Steve. Robert has gained much attention in recent years, partly due to his animal conservation and wildlife photography, but mainly to his loveable likeliness to his father.
And now, Robert has announced that he has graduated high school a whole 2 years early… On top of his tireless conservation work at his dad’s zoo. Keep scrolling to read more about the teenager’s incredible accomplishment…