Canberra, July 26 (IANS) Australian wildlife expert, television personality, and conservationist Steve Irwin’s daughter Bindi has paid tribute to her late father who was killed by a stingray barb 10 years ago.
She shared a baby photograph on Instagram of herself with her late father and mother Terri, thanking her loved ones for her “unforgettable journey” so far, reports femalefirst.co.uk.
“Hello lovelies. Well, today marks 18 years of life for me, here in Australia and I really don’t know where to begin in thanking so many people for an unforgettable journey so far. So, I think that I’ll start here, with this photograph,” Bindi captioned the image.
“This photograph was taken within the first year of my life. To be perfectly honest life has changed in a million ways since this photograph was taken. Along the way we gained another incredible part of our family, my brother Robert,” she continued.
“Our conservation work with Wildlife Warriors took off around the world. Our home, Australia Zoo continued to expand and has become the greatest zoological facility on planet earth”.
Steve was famous for his show, “The Crocodile Hunter”, and while filming for an ocean documentary in 2006, the 44-year-old conservationist was stung in the chest by a stingray barb, which killed him.