Robert Irwin shares exciting family news after being nominated for Gold Logie: ‘It’s going to be epic’

Robert Irwin has taken to Instagram to share some thrilling news with his fans and followers.

The young conservationist, 20, posted an adrenaline-pumping photo of himself feeding a massive crocodile, accompanied by an exciting announcement.

In the photo, Robert is seen in mid-action, throwing a chunk of meat into the wide-open jaws of the reptile at Australia Zoo’s famous Crocoseum.

His caption captioned the image with an exciting announcement. 

‘I’m joining my whole family here at Australia Zoo to feed our beautiful crocodiles in the Crocoseum these school holidays – from now until July 7!’ he wrote, before adding, ‘It’s gonna be EPIC… We’ll see you here!!!’

The news generated a buzz among wildlife enthusiasts and fans of the Irwin family.

Mum Terri was quick to comment underneath the snap, writing: ‘So. Much. Fun.’

Earlier this week, Robert become one of the youngest ever to be considered for the Gold Logie Award, which recognises the best in the Australian TV industry. 

Robert Irwin has taken to Instagram to share some thrilling news with his fans and followers. Pictured 

The young conservationist, 20, posted an adrenaline-pumping photo of himself feeding a massive crocodile, accompanied by an exciting announcement

The young conservationist, 20, posted an adrenaline-pumping photo of himself feeding a massive crocodile, accompanied by an exciting announcement 

Robert previously had fans doing a double take after he shared a video of himself feeding a crocodile as he re-created an iconic photo of his father from 2004.

In the video, Robert entices the giant crocodile with food before jumping back as it lunges towards him, narrowly missing his arm. 

The wildlife photographer was sporting his iconic Australia Zoo uniform and had a microphone on. 

Robert had fans doing a double take after he shared a video of himself feeding a crocodile

Pictured: Steve Irwin

Robert previously had fans doing a double take after he shared a video of himself feeding a crocodile as he re-created an iconic photo of his father from 2004 

In the video Robert, enticed the crocodile with food, before jumping back as it lunged towards him, narrowly missing his arm

In the video Robert, enticed the crocodile with food, before jumping back as it lunged towards him, narrowly missing his arm

Fans couldn’t believe how much the teenager looked like his late father Steve in the clip. 

‘You looks so much like your dad right there!!! Nice croc feeding,’ one commented on the video. 

Another wrote: ‘Man. I see your Dad all in this!’

Meanwhile, a third echoed: ‘So much like your Dad. I was a big fan of his and his passion for these beautiful creatures.’ 

Steve died in September 2006 at the age of 44, after being pierced in the chest by a stingray barb while filming a wildlife documentary in Batt Reef, Queensland.

Fans couldn't believe how much the teenager looked like his late father Steve in the clip

Fans couldn’t believe how much the teenager looked like his late father Steve in the clip



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