Stephen Robert Irwin (Steve Irwin) was born on February 22, 1962 in the Melbourne suburbs, Australia, died on September 4, 2006. He is a famous Australian zoologist, conservationist and host.
He gained global fame after appearing with his wife Terri in the documentary series titled The Crocodile Hunter specializing in wildlife. The Hunter Hunter evolved into a popular show viewed in more than 100 countries by more than 500 million people. The name of the program then became his signature nickname.
Doodle Google offers a slideshow of familiar images of Stephen Robert Irwin celebrating his 57th birthday.
In addition, Steve Irwin and his wife owned and operated the Australian Zoo because his parents were founded in Beerwah, 80 km (about 50 miles) north of Brisbane, the capital of Queensland.
Steve died after being stabbed by a child while shooting underwater for the Ocean's Deadliest natural show.
Steve's friend is also the witness that recalls that Steve was swimming too close to the fish and suddenly he used a stern stick to hit the heart. Meanwhile, Terri was on Tasmania, and a few hours later she knew her husband had died.
Stephen Robert Irwin and his family.
Stephen Robert Irwin from childhood has been passed down by his parents to love for animals. His parents gave him a long python for his sixth birthday. He named the python Fred.
When he was 9 years old, he learned to fight with crocodiles. He later volunteered to join Queensland's East Coast Crocodile Management Program, helping catch and relocate threatened saltwater crocodiles to protect them.
Photos Stephen Robert Irwin and crocodile.
In 2001, the Australian government awarded the Century Medal to Stephen Robert Irwin. One of his many achievements was the discovery of a new species of turtle, named Elseya irwini. In 2018, he was also given a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
In memory of Stephen Robert Irwin's achievements and dedication, Doodle Google offers a slideshow of familiar images of him celebrating his 57th birthday.