Thousands of people have descended on Steve Irwin's zoo on Australia's Sunshine Coast to pay their respects to the much-loved TV presenter.
Mr Irwin died on Monday after being struck in the chest by a stingray's barb whilst snorkelling on the Great Barrier Reef.
Many have been writing messages on Mr Irwin's trademark khaki safari shirts.
The shirts have been hung up all around the zoo.
In a fitting tribute to a man known as the Crocodile Hunter, flowers were laid in a wooden sculpture of one of the reptiles.
Joining the crowds was a member of the native Australian wildlife that Mr Irwin had fought so hard to protect.
Mr Irwin's body has now left the morgue in Cairns and been flown to the small town of Beerwah, where the zoo is located and Mr Irwin lived with his family.