If you thought there was a slight chance that Steve Irwin's death tape would be leaked onto the internet, guess again. Thankfully the last trace of the tape will never see daylight.
Terri recently revealed that the footage of her husband's tragic death has been destroyed. The Oregon native was given the tapes of her late husband's demise last week to prevent it being leaked online in the hands of millions.
To make sure the film is never aired she has had it destroyed. Instead, the last footage fans will see of the "Crocodile Hunter" will be the final wildlife documentary he filmed titled "Ocean's Deadliest."
She said in an interview with Access Hollywood, "There are standard protocols for examining certain evidence and that's no longer necessary, so we're very proud that Steve's last documentary is going to air and that's his last footage with wildlife."
When asked is she had kept the grisly tape, Terri answered, "Oh no, all footage has been destroyed."
Steve died at age 44 last September after being stabbed in the chest by a stingray's poisonous barb while he was filming for "Ocean's Deadliest" off the Great Barrier Reef, in Australia. The documentary will air on January 21.
Meanwhile, Steve's daughter Bindi has appeared on the "Ellen DeGeneres Show." The eight-year-old was a guest on the hugely popular talk show and brought a special friend with her - a blue-tongued lizard.
Speaking to Ellen, Bindi said, "This is Spanky. He's ten. I just love animals. All animals, great or small. My dad really brought it out in me. He's the one that made me. I want to be like my dad. I want him to be proud of me."
Bindi - who has a younger brother, two-year-old Robert, affectionately referred to as Bob by Steve - is to follow in her dad's footsteps and star in a wildlife series for the Discovery Kids network.