The year-old conservationist shared a picture to Instagram of himself riding Steve's old Honda motorbike after getting it up and running again. Like father, like son! Robert Irwin pictured thrilled fans on Saturday when he recreated an iconic photograph of his late father, Steve, riding his motorcycle around Australia Zoo. Robert also posted an older photo, which was taken in or , of himself as a toddler holding on to the handles while Steve sat on the bike. In the caption, Robert said he had 'so many memories of dad's old motorbike'.
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As fans await the arrival of the newest Irwin, Australia's favourite family has shared rare footage from year-old Robert Irwin's childhood. In a video uploaded to Australia Zoo's YouTube channel , a young Robert guides his friend Riley around the famous animal sanctuary. Just like his dad! What do ya do? Runs in the family! The little larrikin is the spitting image of his late father Steve in the footage, as he picks up lambs, joeys, baby turtles and other reptiles. Crikey, what about the spikes!
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Robert and Bindi Irwin regularly thrill fans when they share sweet pictures of themselves with their late Wildlife Warrior father, Steve Irwin. And on Tuesday, Robert shared another picture of himself from his childhood, showing him as a toddler and sticking his tongue out alongside his father. In the throwback image, Steve is seen in his Australia Zoo uniform hugging Robert, who appears to be wearing a baseball uniform. Ever so cheeky, Robert can be seen smiling and sticking out his tongue like his dad. Steve died on September four, , after being pierced in the chest by a stingray barb while filming a documentary in the Batt Reef in Queensland.
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