Steve Irwin, a.k.a. "The Crocodile Hunter," Is Getting the Funko Treatment

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Steve Irwin juggled multiple jobs during his lifetime: He was a zookeeper, conservationist, and the television personality at the center of the hit series, The Crocodile Hunter. Now, 13 years after Irwin was killed by a stingray while filming a documentary, he's getting his own Funko Pop! doll, Comicbook reports.

The new figurine depicts Irwin wearing a khaki safari suit and boots just as he appeared on his show. Each one measures 3.75 inches tall and comes in a window display box, just like other items in the Funko Pop! line.

Of course he wouldn't be the "Crocodile Hunter" without an animal in his arms. There are two versions of the doll—one wrangling a crocodile and one holding a turtle. The crocodile figure is the main model, while the turtle version is the Chase variant, meaning it's rare and shipped out to buyers at random (though it looks like you can try to snag a pre-order on Amazon for $46).


The Steve Irwin Funko Pop! hits shelves in November of this year, and collectors can pre-order it today for $11 from Entertainment Earth or Amazon.

The Crocodile Hunter is just the latest real-life icon to receive the Funko treatment: Dr. Seuss, Bob Ross, and Mister Rogers also have Pop! dolls of their own.

[h/t Comicbook]

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