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Croc Hunter’s dad doubts safari legality
ONE of Australia’s most vocal animal conservation activists, Bob Irwin, has labelled the NT Government’s croc safari hunting proposal as “archaic” and said if it went ahead legal action could be taken.
Members of the Bob Irwin Wildlife and Conservation Foundation Inc believe selling permits for croc safari hunting through indigenous communities could be in breach of the Native Title Act 1993.
Bob Irwin Wildlife and Conservation Foundation NQ marine and wildlife spokesman Colin Riddell said the foundation had sought legal advice from the Barristers Animal Welfare Panel.
Bindi Irwin Talks Bear Hugging, Bingewatching And Her New Netflix Show “Bindi’s Bootcamp”
Bindi “The Jungle Girl” Irwin is coming to a browser tab near you!
The 16-year-old wildlife conservationist, rising social media star and the daughter of Steven Irwin, the Crocodile Hunter, is making her mark on Netflix with Bindi’s Bootcamp, a new action packed game show for kids.
Set right in the middle of the Australia Zoo, teams of two bootcampers test their knowledge, inner strength and stamina as they compete in wildlife-based challenges to become one of Bindi’s “Wildlife Warriors.” Think of it as a cross between Fear Factor and Wipeout, with fun accents and koalas.
Climate for change: Terri Irwin says we are 'experiencing the world's sixth great extinction'
Climate change means we are experiencing the world's sixth great extinction, but we are losing species at a rate 1000 times more rapidly than with any of the previous five extinction events. And this climate change event is as a result of human activity on the planet.
I think climate change became a real concern for me in 1999, when our population reached 6 billion people.
I'd like to see Australia addressing the issues of overpopulation. Planet Earth cannot support an infinite number of people, and we are seeing more problems from an escalating population. While there is no single solution, we should at least be discussing the situation.
Ever since I was born, the love for wildlife and wild places has been in my blood. I live in the middle of Australia Zoo on the Sunshine Coast in Queensland, Australia, which means that every day brings a new and different adventure. I have the most incredible backyard on planet Earth and I'm able to share it with people who visit from around the world.
We are one big family here at the zoo, trying to inspire others to get involved and want to make a difference in our world. As a family, our heart has always lied in conservation work and because of this we have been taken to the far corners of the Earth, to spread the message and make a difference.
From June 27 - July 12, 2015, embark on a journey of prehistoric proportions! Learn how real-life animals such as crocs, cassowaries and wombats are connected to dinosaurs, and see some awesome fossil exhibits along the way. Go to www.australiazoo.com.au for more information.
Nearly 10 Years After Tragedy, Bindi Irwin Just Wants To Make Her Dad Proud
When you think of Steve Irwin, it's easy to remember his wild antics: picking up poisonous snakes, jumping in the water with crocodiles and often throwing in his signature catchphrase.
Crikey! Those were the good ol' days.
But, while antics are great, the heart of "The Crocodile Hunter" has always been a message about conservation and a contagious love for animals. Now, nearly 10 years after the world lost Steve Irwin in a tragic wildlife accident in 2006, his daughter Bindi Irwin and her family are working everyday to keep that spirit alive.
"Well, for us as a family, it’s a team effort. I think we have tried so hard to make sure everything he lived and died for carries on. My dad always used to say, 'I don’t care if anyone remembers me. I just want people to remember my message,' so we’ve tried to make sure that his heart and soul continue to live on through our work," Irwin told The Huffington Post. "We hope to make sure that he’s proud and carry on his legacy."