Fans swoon over Robert Irwin, 18, as he shows off his body beneath a clingy wet shirt

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Female fans swoon over Robert Irwin as the 18-year-old shows off his body beneath a clingy wet shirt in crocodile enclosure: ‘Respectfully HE’S HOT!’

Steve Irwin’s son Robert Irwin turned 18 years old just months ago.

And the teenage crocodile hunter had female fans swooning over him physique in a new TikTok video.

In the video, Robert showed off his buff body underneath a clingy wet khaki shirt as he stood in the waist-deep water of a croc enclosure at Australia Zoo.

Like father like son: Steve Irwin's son Robert Irwin turned 18 years old just months ago, and the teenage crocodile hunter had female fans swooning over him physique in a new TikTok video this week

Like father like son: Steve Irwin’s son Robert Irwin turned 18 years old just months ago, and the teenage crocodile hunter had female fans swooning over him physique in a new TikTok video this week 

The young zookeeper got a huge saltwater crocodile named Bluey to swim right towards him by repeatedly splashing the surface of the water.

Robert then jumped out the water as Bluey swam through to the next enclosure.

And his fans were loving every minute of it.

Looking fit! In the video, Robert showed off his buff body underneath a clingy wet khaki shirt as he stood in the waist-deep water of a croc enclosure at Australia Zoo.

Looking fit! In the video, Robert showed off his buff body underneath a clingy wet khaki shirt as he stood in the waist-deep water of a croc enclosure at Australia Zoo.

Volunteers: His fans were loving every minute of it based on the video's comments

Volunteers: His fans were loving every minute of it based on the video’s comments

‘Respectfully HE’S HOT,’ gushed one in the video’s comments, with many readily agreeing.

‘Hahahah. I was thinking mmmh. Then WAIT. HOW OLD ARE YOU?!’ added another.

‘I would marry that man in a heartbeat no questions asked,’ declared another. 

Loving it:'Respectfully HE'S HOT,' gushed one fan in the video's comments, with many readily agreeing

Loving it: ‘Respectfully HE’S HOT,’ gushed one fan in the video’s comments, with many readily agreeing

The video comes after Robert joined The Wiggles on stage during their ‘Adults Only’ tour in Brisbane on Sunday.

The group’s original members Greg Page, Murray Cook, Jeff Fatt and Anthony Field performed ‘The Crocodile Hunter’ – a song about Robert’s dad Steve Irwin – when he joined them on stage.

The teen sensation was dressed in Steve’s classic khaki ensemble as he performed alongside the group.

Special guest: Robert recently joined The Wiggles' original members on stage to sing his dad Steve's part in The Crocodile Hunter during their'Adults Only' tour in Brisbane

Special guest: Robert recently joined The Wiggles’ original members on stage to sing his dad Steve’s part in The Crocodile Hunter during their ‘Adults Only’ tour in Brisbane

Robert sang his dad’s lines and performed his dance moves during the show.

Steve tragically died after he was struck in the chest by a sting ray barb back in 2006 while filming a documentary on the Batt Reef.

Since his death, his family have vowed to continue his legacy through their work with animals and conservation efforts at Australia Zoo.

Surprise: The group's original members Greg Page, Murray Cook, Jeff Fatt and Anthony Field performed'The Crocodile Hunter' - a song about Robert's dad Steve Irwin

Surprise: The group’s original members Greg Page, Murray Cook, Jeff Fatt and Anthony Field performed ‘The Crocodile Hunter’ – a song about Robert’s dad Steve Irwin

Meanwhile, Anthony, Murray, Jeff and Greg are currently touring the country with very special Saturday and Sunday night shows.

The shows feature their best-loved songs and cameos from characters such as Captain Feathersword, Dorothy the Dinosaur, Wags, and Henry the Octopus.

There are also performances from bands including Polish Club, DZ Deathrays and many more.

Original Purple Wiggle Jeff Fatt said it was great for the nostalgic kids from the 1990s.

‘All of those children who loved The Wiggles in the 90s are now adults who love the nostalgia and fun from that time in their lives,’ he said.

‘This night is for the grown-ups and is a chance to bring back some of that genuine, high-spirited liveliness again.

‘We can’t wait to relive those childhood memories and dance the night away to some of the favourite old-school tunes.’

Tragic: Steve tragically died after he was struck in the chest by a sting ray barb back in 2006 while filming a documentary on the Batt Reef

Tragic: Steve tragically died after he was struck in the chest by a sting ray barb back in 2006 while filming a documentary on the Batt Reef

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