An Australian actor has pointed out the heartbreaking reality of Robert Irwin 's life after he lost his father Steve in 2006

An Australian actor has pointed out the heartbreaking reality of Robert Irwin’s life after he lost his father Steve in 2006.

Steve, known as ‘The Crocodile Hunter’, was tragically killed when he was barbed by a stingray on September 4, 2006, at Batt Reef near Port Douglas in far north Queensland. 

In a now viral clip captioned ‘If people talked to everyone like they do Robert Irwin’, Crane highlighted that Robert’s late father is often brought up in conversation in front of the 20-year-old.

Social media users were quick to share their thoughts in the comment section. 

‘Everyone focuses on their dad and I never see people talking about Terri raising two incredible kids mostly on her own,’ one user wrote. 

An Australian actor has pointed out the heartbreaking reality of Robert Irwin 's life after he lost his father Steve in 2006

An Australian actor has pointed out the heartbreaking reality of Robert Irwin ‘s life after he lost his father Steve in 2006 

‘And the Irwins are too polite to tell people to stop asking about it,’ another agreed. 

‘No bc someone asked Bindi in a RECENT interview how she feels about stingrays  like WHAT,’ a third commented. 

‘Every video he makes has hundreds of comments like that. I feel bad for him,’ another said.

In a now viral clip captioned 'If people talked to everyone like they do Robert Irwin', Crane highlighted that Robert's late father is often brought up in conversation in front of the 20-year-old

In a now viral clip captioned ‘If people talked to everyone like they do Robert Irwin’, Crane highlighted that Robert’s late father is often brought up in conversation in front of the 20-year-old 

Steve, known as 'The Crocodile Hunter', was tragically killed when he was barbed by a stingray on September 4, 2006, at Batt Reef near Port Douglas in far north Queensland

Steve, known as ‘The Crocodile Hunter’, was tragically killed when he was barbed by a stingray on September 4, 2006, at Batt Reef near Port Douglas in far north Queensland 

One fan suggested: ‘I feel like they’ve healed and celebrate Steve to the point that when someone brings him up, they feel honor and happiness, not pain. Like, its a good thing to talk about him.’

The news of Steve’s tragic death sent shockwaves across Australia and around the world as his fans grieved the tragic loss.

Steve’s family has carried on his mission to promote and protect wildlife through Australia Zoo.

Steve's family has carried on his mission to promote and protect wildlife through Australia Zoo

Steve’s family has carried on his mission to promote and protect wildlife through Australia Zoo 

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