BACKLASH PETA CRITICISED OVER DISRESPECTFUL STEVE IRWIN COMMENTS

STEVE IRWIN'S ACTIONS WERE NOT ON TARGET WITH HIS SUPPOSED MESSAGE OF PROTECTING WILDLIFE.

STEVE IRWIN SPENT HIS WHOLE LIFE WANTING TO SAVE ANIMALS.

Steve Irwin's actions were not on target with his supposed message of protecting wildlife.
Steve Irwin spent his whole life wanting to save animals.
Do you have 1,000's of acres preserving animals from extinction?

While the picture brought a smile to the faces of many fans, animal rights charity PETA seemed less than impressed. Their official account tweeted: ”#SteveIrwin was killed while harassing a ray; he dangled his baby while...

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