The son of the late Steve Irwin has been following in his father's footsteps, feeding his first saltwater crocodile at the family zoo in Beerwah, Australia.
Robert was introduced to the reptiles as a one-month-old baby, when his dad held him in his arms as he fed a giant crocodile.
With the support of his mother, Terri, and sister, Bindi, the eight-year-old stepped into the crocodile pen armed with a bucket of garfish.
"When they're walking right at you, it's kind of funny watching that, how they're striking up," he said about the experience.
He added: "Living in a zoo, no, I'm not really scared of anything, but it's pretty fun. Every day I get to wake up to the tigers and elephants and crocs and everything."
Steve Irwin, nicknamed The Crocodile Hunter, died in 2006 when a stingray pierced his chest while snorkelling in Australia's Great Barrier Reef.