Bindi Irwin Shares Video Celebrating Dad Steve Irwin: 'The Greatest Wildlife Warrior'

The tribute was in honor of Steve Irwin Day.

Bindi Irwin is making sure her father's legacy continues to live on.

The 24-year-old took to social media to pay homage to her late dad on Nov. 15, sharing a video tribute alongside an invitation to her nearly 5 million followers. "Join us by wearing your best khaki and celebrating the greatest Wildlife Warrior the world has ever known," she wrote in the caption.

An annual international event, Steve Irwin Day is celebrated on the 15th of November in honor of "the life and legacy of the one and only Crocodile Hunter," per the Australia Zoo website.

The nearly two-minute clip uploaded to Instagram showcased rarely-seen footage of the famed TV personality in his natural element—exploring the great outdoors—while featuring various animals throughout and discussing what wildlife conservation meant to him.

"Conservation is my whole life, my whole persona; what I want to be remembered for," Steve said in the throwback snippet.

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Several fans and followers of the family penned heartfelt comments under the post remembering the Australian icon.

"Legends live on forever through the lives they have inspired and the positive changes made," actress Emmy Perry wrote.

One user said Steve would be proud "if he knew the impact he made" on the world, while another offered, "I miss watching your dad on TV so much. He had this thing that drew you to him. He was addictive! He taught me so much about wildlife too! Long live the memory of Steve Irwin 💚🐊"

A fourth comment read: "What a beautiful soul he was. And what unique legacy you bring on. Be proud of what you are doing. We are many shoulder to shoulder with you in the passion and lifestyle of conserving nature - both for us and for the future generations to come," along with a few earthy emojis.

Steve died on September 4, 2006, at the age of 44, after being pierced in the chest by a stingray while filming a documentary on the Great Barrier Reef. The Crikey! It's the Irwins star was only 8 years old at the time.

Since his death, his family—including Bindi, widow Terri, son Robert, and son-in-law Chandler Powell—have continued his conservation work at Australia Zoo.

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