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Amazing Steve Irwin Calls Snake Attacker A 'Son Of A Gun'

Amazing Steve Irwin Calls Snake Attacker A 'Son Of A Gun'

As the family of the late Steve Irwin make a very welcome return to Animal Planet, it seems like the perfect moment to watch this throwback to the time the Crocodile Hunter was bitten by a snake and called it a 'son of a gun'.

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Credit: Animal Planet/The Crocodile Hunter

Perfect. He was quick to point out that this particular snake had no fangs and no venom, so he's in 'no danger whatsoever', all while his face continues to bleed. Peak Steve Irwin, isn't it? He is an absolute legend who is sorely missed.

Yesterday, the amazing news that the Irwin's family are about to make a return to TV on the American network, Animal Planet, was announced. Animal Planet was the original home of The Crocodile Hunter from 1996 to 2006, when Steve tragically died after his heart was pierced by a stingray's barb while he was filming.

Steve's widow, Terri, and kids, Bindi and Robert, took to Instagram to share the announcement.

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His children have already shown themselves to have the same love of animals as their late dad, with Bindi regularly updating her social media accounts with pictures of the animals she's helped and getting hands-on with giant crocs along with all kinds of other reptiles.

Meanwhile, Robert, who was just three years old when his dad died, rocked up to The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon to introduce the host (and put the shits up him) with a fine collection of animals.

It's been 11 years since his death, but it's amazing to see that his legacy lives on through his children. I'll definitely be tuning in to this new show.

Featured Image Credit: Animal Planet/The Crocodile Hunter

Topics: TV and Film, Celebrity, US Entertainment, Animals, Steve Irwin

Claire Reid

Claire is a journalist at LADbible who, after dossing around for a few years, went to Liverpool John Moores University. She graduated with a degree in Journalism and a whole load of debt. When not writing words in exchange for money she is usually at home watching serial killer documentaries surrounded by cats. You can contact Claire at [email protected]