Wildlife expert Steve Irwin died aged 44 after being attacked by a stingray fish off the Australian coast
He was a national hero in Australia and many people have been paying tribute to him
Steve usually dressed in khaki shirts and shorts. They became a kind of trademark for him and people have been writing their tributes on these shirts
Lots of people have been remembering Steve with flowers
This was the scene at Steve's zoo in Beerwah, Queensland, where lots of people gathered to pay their respects
Loads of people left personal messages for the man known as 'the crocodile hunter' for his daring run-ins with the creatures
Steve will be laid to rest in a family funeral. His dad said he had lost his 'best mate'