Say Goodbye to "The Crocodile Hunter"



This post is all about our favorite crocodile lover Steve Irwin. Remember the days when you enjoy watching all those Crocodile Hunting shows on Animal Planet? And the man entertaining you was none but Steve Irwin himself! He showed us how to be a wildlife warrior and what actually the meaning of ‘Adventure’ is.


Steve Irwin cried for crocodiles when they died. He had the same passion for animals at age 44 as he did at age 6. Steve Irwin gave us laughs and thrills, while at the same time showing us why even non-furry animals like crocodiles and venomous snakes are worth caring about.


Above all, Steve Irwin was a passionate conservationist. His primary goal was to teach people about animals in the hope that people would offer help and contributions to conservation efforts. Steve’s efforts came at a time when numerous species on our planet are in grave danger from habitat destruction, pollution and global warming. Steve Irwin has only been gone three days, but already it seems that the bright spotlight he held over the animal kingdom is dimming.


Just look at his poor kids…They’re so innocent….Now they have no daddy!!! I feel real sorry for them.


The most important thing will be to remember why Steve was doing what he did and why he believed in it. That’s the message that cannot die with him. Goodbye Steve. Thank you for the shows, the laughs, the conservation efforts and for giving us an entirely new way to look at the world.


"And you’re not dead…You’ll be in our heart forever!"

~ by Ayan on April 10, 2009.

2 Responses to “Say Goodbye to "The Crocodile Hunter"”

  1. Hi, interesting post. I have been pondering this topic,so thanks for blogging. I’ll likely be coming back to your site. Keep up the good posts

  2. Your Welcome. Thanks for visiting.

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