Steve Irwin's 13-year-old son Robert playing with baby bears on "The Tonight Show" is the most charming thing we've seen this week
We’re still mourning the death of legendary Australian crocodile whisperer Steve Irwin over a decade after his death. But we are finding some solace in the fact that he left behind two amazing kids who are following in his footsteps.
The adorable guests of honor? Two baby black bears named D9 and Flo and if you need us, we’ll be over here squealing.
One of the little critters even bites Jimmy’s finger, but he takes it in stride and keeps cuddling because who wouldn’t?
LOOK AT JIMMY GETTING BABY-BEAR KISSES, YOU GUYS.
Robert also introduced the host to a binturong, a scorpion, an aracari toucan, and some legless lizards named “Fluffy” and “Lulu” — plus talked a little bit about his famous late dad, of course (whom he is literally the spitting image of, by the way).
We 100 percent agree, and still aren’t sure there isn’t some Photoshop magic going on.
During Robert’s appearance on the show in February, he shared that it was a total honor to be there, as his dad was years earlier when Jay Leno was host.
We can’t get enough of the Irwin family (including Robert’s big sister Bindi!) and are so excited they’re continuing to grace our television screens to teach us about the beautiful world we live in and carry on their dad’s legacy. We’re pretty confident in saying he would be the absolute proudest.