After a disturbing video went viral, Steve Irwin’s son Robert had his appearance “cancelled.”

Robert Irwin is well-known to the public as the late Steve Irwin’s son.

And during the past ten years, Robert Irwin has worked tirelessly at the family’s Australia Zoo with his mother Terri and sister Bindi, delighting admirers of the Irwin family from all around the world.

Fans are horrified by his conduct after his most recent near-death experience.

The Australian zookeeper Steve Irwin’s son published a trailer for his family’s television program, It’s The Irwins, on Instagram, which many viewers found upsetting.

The 18-year-old is seen feeding a crocodile named Casper in its pen in the Animal Planet program excerpt. But when the thing keeps attempting to strike him, Irwin decides to “bail.”

The internet has canceled Robert Irwin, the son of Steve Irwin, after a new tape that some are calling “very unsettling” surfaced.

One viewer said after seeing the video: “Just like his dad teasing and harassing animals for enjoyment!”

Another questioned, “Aren’t you just provoking these creatures into a particular entertainment-driven response?” “Your conservation effort is outstanding, but the croc show is nothing more than a shill.”

“With all this cancel culture going on, let’s cancel this nonsense,” a third person said. Give the animals shelter and security. What kind of life is that, get them out of the zoos?

Others, on the other hand, declared themselves viewers of the program and gave Irwin kudos for his efforts.

“Watched a few episodes yesterday,” one person remarked. I adore the program. Each of you has made your father proud.

Even though you’re your own person, you’re so similar to him that I find it incomprehensible.

Robert is as devoted to animals as his father was on God’s magnificent Earth, gushed one admirer.

We value natural behavior with our crocs, Irwin stated in the contentious post’s description. They get to exercise all of their predatory instincts, which they really enjoy, when you get in their enclosures with them and watch them put on those impressive strikes from the water’s edge.

However, our safety is also very important, therefore you must know when to call for help. And we were forced to leave since Casper was such a strong and swift croc.

I personally feel closest to my father when I’m in there working with the creatures he loved. For me, it’s an adrenaline rush and an exciting thing to do.

“So many of our crocodiles are the originals, the ones we’ve worked with from day one,” Robert continued. It gives me great honor to carry on that legacy.

Yes, they are dangerous, but they are also incredible beings that deserve our respect.

How do you feel?