It Came From The Late Night Music Club From Culture City with A fan tribute to Steve Irwin with music From Green Day.
As you know by now about the Untimely Death of "Crocodile Hunter" Steve Irwin Who die Early Monday Morning(in the US EDT) From a stingray attack off the Northern Coast of Great Barrier Reef in Australia.
The 44-year-old star was being filmed for a new TV program as he swam with a stingray on the Great Barrier Reef Monday when it lashed out with its tail, plunging a poisonous barb into his chest. He died within minutes.
In the first public comments by Irwin's family since the tragedy, the elder Irwin, who started the wildlife park that his son turned into a major tourist attraction, said Wednesday both were aware of the inherent dangers of their occupation.
"Both of us over the years have had some very close shaves and we both approached it the same way, we made jokes about it," he said. "That's not to say we were careless. But we treated it as part of the job. Nothing to worry about really."
Thousands of fans have flocked to Irwin's Australia Zoo wildlife park in Queensland state, creating a shrine of flowers, candles and written tributes. Stuffed animals poke out from between flags of Australia, the United States and England, and some visitors signed and left khaki shirts similar to those worn by Irwin in lieu of a condolences book.
Bob Irwin, 66, thanked fans for their messages of support and reassured them his son had died doing what he loved.
Queensland Premier Peter Beattie had offered a state funeral, and Prime Minister John Howard said that would be appropriate, calling Irwin a great ambassador for Australia. But Bob Irwin said Wednesday it wouldn't be what Steve wanted.
"He's an ordinary guy, and he wants to be remembered as an ordinary bloke," he said.
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From the Press Releasd From the Discovery Channel Networks
Discovery is working on a number of ways to preserve Steve's life dreams and passions, including how his friends and fans can support these ongoing efforts. While we affectionately and unofficially have dubbed these financial contributions The Steve Irwin Crocodile Hunter Fund (or "The Crikey Fund"), all donations and contributions in the memory of Steve Irwin should be made to the Wildlife Warriors Fund (http://www.wildlifewarriors.org.au/) to easily and quickly benefit Steve's dream and to keep his projects moving forward as he would have wanted. All donations designated as Steve Irwin Tribute funds will go directly to saving animals in the wild.
Steve's fans can find a welcoming community on the Web at www.animalplanet.com, and Animal Planet will dedicate special broadcast plans for a marathon and a special tribute in the days and weeks ahead.