Robert Irwin was born on 1 December 2003, the second of two children and only son of late Australian television personality, zookeeper, and environmentalist Steve Irwin and of Terri Irwin and the grandson of the naturalist and animal conservationist Robert “Bob” Irwin.
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Robert is 14 years old zoologist and animal photographer who is passionate about the animal kingdom.
Robert is a person who has been interested in nature since his childhood. This famous family is not only working at the Australian zoo but also travels around the world to capture the best moments of nature and spread throughout the world. This brilliant young man is sharing his photography on Instagram, therefore his Instagram followers love to see them.
Robert uses his passion for photography to contribute to wildlife conservation. He has raised tens of thousands of dollars for Irwin’s non-profit organization Wildlife Warriors by auctioning canvas prints at events around the world. He has also met with world leaders such as His Royal Highness Prince Charles to discuss the protection of natural habitat.
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14-year-old Robert is following his late father’s footsteps and helping the world fall in love with nature
Since a very young age, Robert Irwin was fascinated with the natural world
His wildlife images were recognized in many photography contests and the young artist continues impressing people with amazing images
Irwin family not only owns and works at Australia’s Zoo but also travels the planet to spread a message of conservation
Robert uses these opportunities to capture the beauty of animals around the world
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