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Source: australia zoo / Robert Irwin

Steve Irwin's son looks just like his father as he cuddles a koala

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Steve Irwin's family is carrying on his legacy in the wake of wildfires that devastated vast swathes of Australia. Since opening in 2014, the Australia Zoo Wildlife Hospital has helped over 90,000 animals, a number that increased steadily over the last few months as they accepted patients from around the nation.

Terri, Bindi, and Robert have also been vocal advocates of animals during the disaster, one billion of which are feared to have perished in the wildfires. In an interview with Sunrise, Terri warned that koalas might need to classed as endangered following the fires, explaining: “We’re just trying to do our best to help in any way we can, but it’s a horrific situation. We’re heartbroken.”