I don’t know many people who can say that they fulfilled a childhood dream, but I certainly fulfilled mine today. I also got my khaki shirt. I was 8 years old when I saw this crazy dude feeding crocs on my tv and from that point on I was determined to visit his zoo. Steve Irwin made a huge impact on my life and is the main reason why I developed a passion for the environment and continue to fight to protect it. Steve may not be here anymore, but his family and friends are keeping his mission and passion continuing on. And that is very evident at the Australia Zoo. We miss you, mate. #AustraliaZoo#Australia#Beerwah#CrocodileHunter#SteveIrwin#Crikey
Today in language arts we learned about biographies. And the featured biography was the #crocodilehunter himself, Steve Irwin. .
I was so excited to expand on his biography and thought I'd be the fun mom pulling up animal videos on YouTube. The kids had no interest. The boy just wanted to get his worksheets done, so he could check off everything on his list, and get done with school work. 🤦🏼♀️😢
So much for fostering a love of learning. 😒
But I loved seeing Steve Irwin again, and loved hearing that the Irwin kids and Terri are continuing on with his legacy and have a new wildlife education program coming out. Can't wait to see @crikeyitstheirwins ! .
Bindi and Terri Irwin fans here. As a conservation activist, Bindi is helping shape the world we live in today! “I want to encourage other young girls not to grow up too soon. Just enjoy the now.” #bindiirwin#crikey#ministylehalloween
I love Snakes 🐍 the same way I love my family❤️ @bindisueirwin @robertirwinphotography @steve.irwin 🐊remember Crocs Rule🐊and ik every one will ask why I’m so weird saying all this stuff but I don’t care 🐊 I love wildlife 🦎🐍🐢🐊and treat them the way u would like to be treated 🐍and fallow your dreams my one is to become a true wildlife warrior 🐍 #ripSteveIrwin#crocodilehunter 💋💋💋🐸🐢🐍🕷🐍🦎🐊🐊🦈🦈 #crocsRule ❤️❤️❤️❤️
Lived as a tigress... Died as a legend... She is no more between us, but her fond memories will always rule the hearts. Her name will be always remembered when ever any of us would think of Ranthambore. She is none other than legendary tigress "MACHALI" (May'96 - Aug'16). She played a key role in the regeneration of the tiger population in the park in the early 2000s. Machali's offspring (7 females and 4 males) increased the tiger population in the park significantly – from 15 tigers in 2004, to 50 tigers in 2014.
She was known for her hunting skill and strength, in 2003 when she fought with and killed a 14-foot long crocodile. In that fight she lost her 2 canine, but even after that she managed to raise 2 litters.
Machli is considered to have been the most photographed tigress in the world. Machali died on 18 August 2016, on her death was considered the world's oldest tigress living in the wild.
I considered my self lucky, that i got chance to capture this legendary tigress in my maiden safari to Ranthambore