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How did Steve Irwin die?

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2010-10-26 19:56:51
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On 4 September 2006, Steve Irwin was filming an underwater documentary off the Great Barrier Reef, when he was fatally pierced in the heart by a stingray barb. He pulled out the barb himself. It has been said that, had he left it there, he would not have died.

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