According to Us Weekly, Robert Irwin appeared in "The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon" recently. "I think I'm the luckiest kid on planet Earth", Irwin says emphatically.
In honor of Steve Irwin, an annual gala and fundraiser for the Australia Zoo's Wildlife Warriors is being held on May 13 in Los Angeles. "My dad was actually on the Tonight Show quite a while ago", Robert told Fallon, "So it feels really nice to be able to follow in his footsteps".
Robert showed the same enthusiasm for animals as Steve, causing Jimmy to say, "It's so cool to see you like this, you're actually your dad!" He will be accompanied with his mom, Terri, and older sister, Bindi. Despite the admission Irwin continued to show all the animals that he brought one by one. The first was an African dwarf crocodile, named Beetlejuice, which the teen said his father described as "frogs with sharp teeth".
Islamic State fires more rockets Into southern Israel from Egypt
An ISIS rocket previously fired at Israel. "Forces are searching the area", the statement read. Egypt is one of just two Arab countries that have signed a peace treaty with the Jewish state.
Steve Irwin, was a Australian nature expert and the host of the wildly popular television show "The Crocodile Hunter", he died in 2006 after being strung by a stingray. Robert Irwin was merely three years old then.
Fallon used a photo of Schultz standing outside on a cold day to punctuate a bit about how cold weather makes it look like you're "always vaping". You are more and more like Dad everyday.
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