Mears, Ray
September 2006
Multichannel News;9/11/2006, Vol. 27 Issue 36, p26
This article presents remarks from various personalities about the death of Australian animal conservation icon Steve Irwin. Matthew Harrigan of Janco Partners said that Irwin's death will have a long-term impact on the TV program "Animal Planet." Journalist Marshall Sponder said that he do not think Irwin wanted to die the way he did. Ray Mears, a British wilderness expert, said that Irwin was a risk taking person.


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