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How to save animals in Australia

Australia is going to hell. According to recent reports, in the state of New South Wales in forest fires killed more than 800 million animals. But that is not all.

Thus, in the northwest of Australia will destroy 10 thousand camels because of the drought. According to the authorities, the animals exacerbate the situation with the lack of water.

But today is not about that, but about how to rescue injured animals in Australia.

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How to save animals in Australia

Red sky fire and a kangaroo on January 5, 2020. (Photo: Lukas Coch):

Red sky from fires and kangaroos

Rescued opossum. (Photo by Lisa Maree Williams):rescued opossum

Firefighters distilled pets to a safe place on December 19, 2019. (Photo by Dean Lewins):

Firefighters distilled pets in a safe place

Kangaroo is seen in the affected area of ​​the forest fire, 7 January 2020. (Photo by David Mariuz):

Kangaroo is seen in the affected area of ​​the forest fire

Kangaroo is rescued from a forest fire in Kobungra, Australia January 5, 2020. (Photo by Jeremy McMahon):

Kangaroo is rescued from a forest fire in Kobungra, Australia

Koala named Pasha (Paul) is being treated for burns in the heart of Port Macquarie, Australia. (Photo by Nathan Edwards):

Koala named Pasha

The operation in the burn center. The patient — a koala. (Photo by Nathan Edwards):

The operation in the burn center.  Patient - koala

Koala in a burn center in Port Macquarie. (Photo by Nathan Edwards):Koala in a burn center in Port Macquarie

And the fires still raging. (Photo by Rick Rycrof):

And the fires still raging

Kangaroo hiding in the yard of the forest fry. (Photo by Linda Robinson):

Kangaroo hiding in the yard of the forest fry

Koalas got much. wildlife experts fear that more than half of the 50,000 island koalas were killed … (Photo by David Mariuz):

Koalas got much

The victim was a parrot. (Photo by Tracey Nearmy):

The deceased parrot

The injured koalas. (Photo by Lisa Maree Williams):

The injured koala

Koala treated by a veterinarian in Adelaide, Australia, 8 January 2020. (Photo: Mark Brake):

Koala treated by a veterinarian in Adelaide, Australia

Burned paws. (Photo by Jill Gralow):

burned pawsOur friend, the koala Pasha, already seen it. Treated. (Photo by Nathan Edwards):

Our friend, the koala Pasha, already seen it

Lifeguard koala bears in the burning wood, it was severely damaged on 7 January 2020. (Photo by David Mariuz):

Lifeguard koala bears in the burning wood, it was severely damaged