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Stephen Robert "Steve" Irwin , nicknamed "The Crocodile Hunter", was an Australian wildlife expert, television personality, and conservationist.

Steve Irwin, The Crocodile Hunter, amazing beyond words

And why Steve Irwin net worth is so massive? Steve Irwin net worth is definitely at the very top level among other celebrities, yet why?

In tourist-driven "swim-with" programs, dolphins are denied everything important to them. They have distinct personalities and can think about the future. Scientists at Emory U found dolphins' cognitive capacity is second only to humans. The scientific research suggests that dolphins are 'non-human persons' who qualify for moral understanding as individuals. In the wild, dolphins swim together in family pods up to 100 miles a day.   In captivity, they are kept in small pools or polluted sea…

'Swim-With-Dolphins' Programs

In tourist-driven "swim-with" programs, dolphins are denied everything that is important to them.

Ride a Dolphin....something I have ALWAYS wanted to do!

iv'e swam with a dolphin in the middle of the ocean not sea world but i want to ride one

Monkeys Devise a Tool to Break Out of Zoo in Brazil

Monkeys Devise a Tool to Break Out of Zoo in Brazil

In making their daring escape, a group of capuchin monkeys exhibited a remarkable use of logic.

Home run Chris Chambliss!!! Thurman Munson on the left. :)

Home run Chris Chambliss! Thurman Munson on the left. :) I loved Yankee baseball!

I Photograph Zoo Animals As If They Were Free | Bored Panda

The photographer born in the late 60 in Macedonia, achieved with a sensitivity that excites show that animals have strong social bonds

save a bull

Save the pitbulls! So so true. Love my pitbull. Love pitbulls, hate the bad owner.

Baby rhino and mommy - are they not the cutest babies ever?

Rhino Mama and Baby. There is nothing like seeing a rhino in the wild.except being chased by one! Black rhino in Zimbabwe.

Baby Elephants holding Trunks

ELEPHANT FACT: Elephants hug each other by wrapping their trunks together as a greeting or signs of affection. Do you part and help stop poaching so that we can continue to enjoy seeing these calves over and over again.