Robert Irwin shows off his impressive six-pack as he flips shirtless in a lake

Crikey! Robert Irwin shows off his impressive six-pack as he flips shirtless in a lake

Robert Irwin flaunted his impressive physique in a shirtless video this week.

The 18-year-old, who is the son of the late ‘Crocodile Hunter’ Steve Irwin, took to Instagram to show off his backflipping skills to his 3.3 million followers on Tuesday.

The slow-motion clip saw the wildlife photographer standing on the edge of a wooden plank while wearing a swimsuit.

Scroll down for video

Crikey! Robert Irwin flaunted his impressive physique in a shirtless video this week

Robert’s six-pack was on full display as he clung to two poles, before using them to hoist his body up and flip over in the water.

After an almighty splash, the beaming star rose up and smiled at the camera.

Robert celebrated his 18th birthday in December, and it’s clear he’s looking more and more like his famous dad, Steve Irwin.

Come on, come on, go! Robert’s six-pack was on full display as he held onto two poles, before using them to hoist his body up and turn around in the water.

Talent: After an almighty splash, the beaming star rose to her feet and smiled at the camera.

Talent: After an almighty splash, the beaming star rose to her feet and smiled at the camera.

“It’s very surreal to be an adult,” he said at the time.

Robert also shared a post about turning 18, saying, “It was an absolutely epic day to celebrate with friends, family and guitars.” Thank you so much for all the birthday love.

Steve died tragically after being stabbed in the chest by a stingray beard in 2006 while filming a wildlife documentary in Queensland.

Beaming: Robert waved at the camera as he walked out

Beaming: Robert waved at the camera as he walked out

Milestone: Robert recently shared an article about turning 18.  “It was an absolutely epic day to celebrate with friends, family and guitars.  A big thank you for all the birthday love,' he wrote.

Milestone: Robert recently shared an article about turning 18. “It was an absolutely epic day to celebrate with friends, family and guitars. A big thank you for all the birthday love,’ he wrote.

Robert was only two years old at the time, while Steve was 44.

Since Steve’s death, his children, Robert and Bindi, and his widow, Terri, have continued his legacy of wildlife conservation.

They run the family business Australia Zoo on Queensland’s Sunshine Coast.

Gone But Not Forgotten: Since Steve's death, his children, Robert and Bindi, and his widow, Terri, have continued his legacy of wildlife conservation.

Gone But Not Forgotten: Since Steve’s death, his children, Robert and Bindi, and his widow, Terri, have continued his legacy of wildlife conservation.

Advertisement

Teresa E. Burton