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R.I.P. Steve Irwin

Steve Irwin, the "Crocodile Hunter", has died today. See major news sites for more info. This is tragic news and he will be missed.

posted by Godai on 04 September


comment #1

Crikey! To be honest, I'm surprised he lived as long as he did.

Celebrities have been dropping like flies this past year.

comment posted by Konami on 04 September

comment #2

Indeed, i just heard it from a friend of mines. This is most unfortunate. My condolences to his family.

comment posted by Shin Ein on 04 September

comment #3

he died because of the poke from a manta. i would said he had loved his job to much. but either ill give my condolences to this tragic

comment posted by Miku on 04 September

comment #4

Miku: No, he was killed by a Stingray. Related creatures, but not the same.

comment posted by Konami on 04 September

comment #5

Man, that sucks. He was too awesome.

comment posted by Kilu on 04 September

comment #6

The sting-ray's barb went straight through his heart; a case of bad luck on where it hit him since apparantly stringray's use it as a defense reflex - and it's isn't usually deadly.

Terrible Shame. RIP

comment posted by RyuFAN on 04 September

comment #7

Wow... really is a shame. I figured something terrible would happen to him eventually -- constantly working with dangerous animals although I'm sure many precautions are taken for his films. Terrible news but thanks for reporting. I check gamemp3s feeds before the news!

comment posted by Melly on 04 September

comment #8

Yeah, that's a true shame. I really liked him and his shows, and his love of animals and nature was wonderful. Damn, why does such things only happen to nice people!? He will be missed...

comment posted by Gameguardian on 04 September

comment #9

T-T I always remember that i play the FC game “Crocodile Hunter

comment posted by askwind on 04 September

comment #10

That's really sad, esp. for smeone who loves animals and nature with such a pure motive (Or at least it appeared as such on TV). The fact that he gave his life for what he enjoys doing, studying animals and making the public more aware of them, might inspire us all to look at nature with an added sense of appreciation.

comment posted by LittleFish on 05 September

comment #11

His contributions to nature conservation were almost as impressive as the man he at least appeared to be on the surface (though I don't doubt that was the same man as he was off-camera). A bad ass, and a shame he had to die. From someone with zero respect for the TV world... I can honestly say he was a man I really liked and enjoyed watching.

comment posted by Equinox on 06 September

comment #12

I was really sorry to hear that... He was great and we (my husband and I) loved watching his TV shows.

comment posted by Aisling on 06 September

comment #13

Let that be a lesson to us all. Don't play with stingrays/ nature.

comment posted by jeriaska on 08 September

comment #14

steve killed by sting ray...so sad! he love his job so much...i'll always remember crocodile hunter..

comment posted by jake on 18 September

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