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Steve Irwin died on the 4th September.
Stung by a stingray.
More info on Steve's Wikipedia page
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The guy was a personal hero of mine, and this news really saddened me. He did a lot of stuff for the animals, using his cash from his TV work and that to build up australia zoo rather than live a lavish celebrity life. It's a shame.
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One of the greatest people in the world has died, I'vwe enjoyed the show for more than 10 years and it saddens me greatly to know such a great man is gone.
My condolences to his wife, children and the rest of his family and friends.
As an Aussie, I can say I was really shocked. Poor fellow, my thoughts are with his family.
Steve Irwin was Australia's representitive in the world (not 'ol Johnny Howard). Most Americans (and some Europeans here on LO :shifty: ) would never even have heard of Australia if it weren't for the crocodile hunter.
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How sad. He was certainly a larger-then-life character, and passionate about wildlife and the environment.
I suppose most people who had ever seen any of his TV shows would have thought that he would sooner or later make a mistake in timing or handling of the deadly creatures that he interacted with, and it seems thats what happened here. Well, he himself doesn't seem to have suffered in his passing, but his young family will be devastated...
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Wow. I am truly saddened by his passing. I watched many of his shows and saw many of his appearances on t.v.
I'm not exactly sure what kind of person he was in real life, but he seemed to genuinely represent his personality in his shows; and his brilliance, confidence, humor and uniqueness touched myself and my family.
He will live on in his documented work.
I've only seen a few of his shows, but i still know of him, and i too are saddened by these sad news, Rest In Piece, Mr. Irwin
I cant belive what has happen to Steve as i really enjoyed his many t.v shows and admired the man for how brave he was in the face of dangerous animals.
The sad thing is that his family help run the park were he works so it will be hard to carry on his work but i know that Steve will be remembered for his bravery and his work to protect the animals environment.
You will be missed Steve.
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It's truly sad that a man like Steve have to die in that age. I really enjoyed watching his shows, which was very educational and entertaining.
I've always been sure about that he was going to get killed on his job, but I've never imagine that he would be killed by a stingray. Stingrays are normally considered as being passive and non-threathfull.
Steve have really done his to make Australian well-known worldwide and that is indeed a great loss for Australian but also for the nature and animal organizations around the world. I bet that a lot of people have got a better understanding for the nature and the animals because of him. A thing that I really liked him for since knowledge about the nature is a thing that is fading in this post-modern world.
If there only were more like him the nature would be way better set and the world would probably be a better place too.