Though there is definitely danger and tragedy mixed into her everyday life as an active wildlife conservationist and attendant of the Australian Zoo, 14-year-old Bindi Irwin is in fact still alive despite some random death hoax rumors going around. The daughter of the late Steve "The Crocodile Hunter" Irwin has kept an active Twitter account and even posted a few updates yesterday, which further proves how these rumors are false. Continuing her father's legacy, the young girl is currently promoting wildlife conservation and even starred in the movie Return to Nim's Island. So again, Bindi Irwin did not die!
Back in April while promoting some of her projects with Discovery Channel, Bindi handled public speaking quite well and spoke candidly about her passion about conservation.
"I'm a great believer in conservation, kid-empowerment and all things to do with wildlife. So these programs are something that I'm really passionate and excited about. It's very special - and what a unique position to be in, to be able to share your passion with such a wide audience. How nice is that?"
"We literally live right in the middle of the Australia zoo, and that is really wonderful in itself. But it's also great because anyone who comes to visit us gets to experience a family of animals and keepers, and really take something with them. They end up having a greater appreciation of wildlife - and that's what it's all about, for me."
Her 8-year-old brother Robert has also been accompanying Bindi as well as their mother Terri on promotional and educational events. Robert is more interested in Paleontology though the love for the environment that is clearly within the other members of his family is a huge part of his life.