Bindi Irwin, daughter of the late Steve Irwin (aka the “Croc Hunter”), releases line of Barbie-sized dolls in her likeness.
The 25-cm doll is decked out in trademark Croc Hunter khaki garb and features a plethora of fun accessories, including binoculars and a camera. The doll comes accompanied by a host of animal friends and speaks eco-friendly phrases like, “Crikey! Let’s go help wildlife”, and “You can make the world a better place.” A portion of sales will be earmarked to help rescue endangered species. While ostensibly fun and noble in nature, does this situation not reek of exploitation?
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