Bindi Irwin and her little brother Bob, the children of the late “Crocodile Hunter” Steve Irwin, stopped by “Good Morning America” with mom Terri to talk about their latest projects. Watch the video!
“Jungle Girl” Bindi invited a few penguins to the set to help announce SeaWorld’s new initiative, “Generation Nature.” The 15-year-old will act as the program’s Youth Ambassador. She explained, “It’s all about encouraging kids to get involved and be game-changers for wildlife in wild places.”
Pic! Bindi Goes Glam
With a big smile, Bob, 10, added that he’s also following in his famous dad’s footsteps. Right now he’s busy working on his books and has a new TV series on the way.
“We’ve always grown up around cameras and around animals, and we absolutely love it,” he said. “It’s so good to be able to get our message across.”
Steve Irwin was killed by a stingray barb while filming an underwater documentary in 2006.
[Photo: The family in 2009 / Credit: Getty Images]