Bindi Irwin speaks on behalf of Australian tourism
Bindi Irwin, daughter of the late Crocodile Hunter Steve Irwin, appeared on stage in New York on Saturday to promote her native land of Australia. The event was a part of a yearly Australia Week tour promotion. The 8-year-old reportedly sang songs about animals, including snakes and eagles, while her onstage comrades held live animals.
Bindi has continued to amaze the world as she continues the work that her father begun. Steve was killed last year by a stingray, while shooting one of his documentaries. At the time of his death, Bindi vowed to continue his legacy in hopes of improving human understanding of wildlife.
The day before her trip to New York, on Friday, Bindi spoke at the National Press Club in Washington, saying "I’m going to become a wildlife warrior just like he was."
Source: Yahoo News