Parts of the new series were filmed before Steve Irwin's death last year. Scenes show him chasing, feeding and bonding with animals. "Steve Irwin is in about 80% of the show," says its executive producer John Stainton. "Although he only shot seven episodes, he will appear in the series' 26 episodes."Previously : The day my hero died
... Bindi says she hopes to follow in her father's footsteps and continue his mission to help protect the world's wildlife. "I want to get the message out about conservation," she says. "We need to learn more about animals. Their outside cover might be different, but we're pretty much all the same." Her goal, she says, is to "make sure that wildlife stays around forever or as long as possible."
Saturday, June 09, 2007
Congratulations Bindi Irwin on your new show Bindi: The Jungle Girl which will air on Discovery Kids and Animal Planet. Your dad was a hero to me and I'm proud that you are going to fill his shoes. Crocs rule! From Time:
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