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· Stephanie on 18 September 2014 06:48:40 ·
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Tim Dormer unleashes his inner Crocodile Hunter as he joins Bindi and Rob Irwin on adventurous 'croc-catching' holiday
While a new group of housemates have moved into the Big Brother house, last year’s winner Tim Dormer doesn’t seem to be missing the reality show antics.
The 30-year-old recently embarked on a crocodile searching trip with the Irwin family, and revealed his gig as a Global Wildlife Warrior and ambassador for Australia Zoo has left him feeling very liberated to say the least.
‘After being cooped up in the Big Brother house, nothing makes you feel more free than being here on the Steve Irwin reserve from the Wenlock River in Cape York,’ he told Today Show viewers as he shared a video montage of his experience on Wednesday.
Terri Irwin opens up about life without Steve eight years after the Crocodile Hunter's untimely death
Millions were shocked and devastated when Steve ‘the Crocodile Hunter’ Irwin was killed by a stingray barb in a freak incident in 2006.
And while the world lost one of its most passionate wildlife conservationists, a family lost their husband and father.
Just over eight years to the day since losing Steve (September 4 marked the anniversary), Steve's wife Terri has revealed to WHO magazine she ‘wasn’t prepared for how scary it would be to lose him’ as she posed for a photo shoot with the Irwin children; Bindi, 16 and Robert, 10.
· ceti g on 09 September 2014 12:48:48 ·
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Fierce creatures and fast cars - Father's Day at the Zoo
FATHER'S Day hit full-throttle over the weekend as Bindi Irwin welcomed motorsport legend Dick Johnson and his crew to the inaugural RACQ Australia Zoom event.
Introducing Mr Johnson to some wildlife before jumping in his awe-inspiring Ford Falcon FG, Bindi joked that his car was an upgrade from her dad's beloved old ute that she is currently learning to drive in.
"We're so excited to welcome all these fathers and families to Australia Zoo on such a special day, Father's Day," Bindi said.
"There's something for everyone with amazing cars and our awesome wildlife - it's a real family day out."