The father of late TV host Steve Irwin has severed ties with his son's Australian zoo following a row with the Crocodile Hunter's widow TERRI.
Bob Irwin will receive a package worth more than A$1 million ($942,520/GBP471,260) and an annual pension of A$100,000 ($94,000/GBP47,000) from the Australia Zoo wildlife park.
The conservationist, 68, set up the park 38 years ago but handed over control to his son in 1991.
Terri vowed to continue her husband's work when he was killed by a stingray in 2006 - but Irwin admitted he did not agree on "certain aspects" of how the zoo was run.
He says, "Most times I went into Australia Zoo, I would have a difference of opinion with somebody or I may have an idea and it would not be listened to.
"I felt it was just better for everybody concerned if I left."
Steve Irwin was killed by a stingray in 2006 while filming a documentary.