The late crocodile hunter Steve Irwin is best remembered for his enthusiastic and goofy demeanor. Turns out his son, Robert, has inherited Steve’s best qualities and is as goofy as his legendary father. Don’t believe us? Well, then you must see a video recently posted by Robert that will probably make you believe that the apple doesn’t fall far from the tree.
Last week, 16-year-old Robert Irwin went on a mission. And not just any mission. He went on the ultimate quest to find and document one of the most endangered species of the planet. And no, we're not talking about the Amur leopard or black rhino, which both are critically endangered.
Lately, a brand new "species" has been pushed to the edge of extinction—toilet paper. In his hilarious parody video, Robert Irwin teases toilet paper hoarders who made this sanitary item a rare sight on the supermarket shelves.
For those of you who don't know this yet, Robert Irwin is a talented wildlife photographer who starts his video promising viewers a look at some rare animal he hopes to shoot with his camera. The video shows Irwin making his way through the wilderness as dramatic music plays in the background.
Then, suddenly, he points to that rarely-seen beast we've all been waiting for—a roll of toilet paper. Let's be honest here, for some of us, it's true that we hardly ever get to see it fully in stock, so maybe that's where we all have to go look for it now?
Recently, Robert Irwin made a hilarious parody video about the brand new "species" that has become endangered—toilet paper. The hilarious video, filled with Robert's commentary that perfectly mimics his late father, came just in time for April Fool's Day and has an important message: people should stop panic buying things and just wash their hands. All image credits: robertirwinphotography