Steve Irwin's Son, 13, Looks Just Like Late Father as He Displays Animals on 'The Tonight Show'
The teen was handling black bear cubs and scorpions with Jimmy Fallon.
Steve Irwin's son was the spitting image of his late father as appeared on The Tonight Show Thursday.
The 13-year-old showed host Jimmy Fallon that he’s already an expert with animals at such a young age.
Robert Irwin, will join his sister, Bindi, 18, and mother, Terri, in the family business, working with animals just like the late Crocodile Hunter, who passed away in 2006 after he was attacked by a stingray.
On The Tonight Show, Robert handled baby black bears and legless lizards like a pro as Fallon appeared frightened.
"A lot of the viewers say you look like your dad,” Fallon noted during the interview.
The young man smiled and thanked the crowd.
Fallon then held up a photo of Robert and his father at the same age, showing that the father and son look like twins.
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