Robert Irwin appeared on Jimmy Fallon's show to talk about the Steve Irwin Gala in L.A., but also got to educate the show host out with a variety of reptiles and a couple of silly sloths.
While Saskatoon-based indie rock band the Pistolwhips are hardly A-list celebrities in the USA, they suddenly made an appearance on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon - though in a seriously freakish way.
Steve Irwin's son Robert Irwin stopped by The Tonight Show Thursday alongside a collection of furry friends to share his love of animals.
The young Irwin replied, "It's in my blood", continuing to say that he was the luckiest kid on the planet. He will be accompanied with his mom, Terri, and older sister, Bindi.
"My dad was actually on The Tonight Show quite a while ago", Robert told Jimmy.
Steve Irwin, was a Australian nature expert and the host of the wildly popular television show "The Crocodile Hunter", he died in 2006 after being strung by a stingray.
"Robert, you are more and more like Dad every day. I'm forever thankful to be your sister".
The comment section in YouTube could not stop gushing about how much Robert Irwin reminded them of his father Steve Irwin. "I actually grew up at Australia Zoo". Proceeds from the dinner will benefit the Wildlife Warriors.