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An ecologist from the University of Sydney estimates that more than 1 billion animals have already been killed across the country since the fires began in September 2019.

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An ecologist from the University of Sydney estimates that more than 1 billion animals have already been killed across the country since the fires began in September 2019.

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Wildlife rescue volunteer Tracy Burgess holds a badly burned brushtail possum rescued near Australia's Blue Mountains. Credit: Jill Gralow/Reuters. Giving a ride to a koala. Damian Campbell-Davys ...

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Sam Mitchell owns Kangaroo Island Wildlife Park on Kangaroo Island, Australia. The park has been treating and housing injured animals since one-third of the island burned, including many acres of ...

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An ecologist from the University of Sydney estimates that more than 1 billion animals have already been killed across the country since the fires began in September 2019.

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Damian Campbell-Davys, a water tank operator, rescued this koala while he helped battle flames near Nerriga, New South Wales, Australia. Credit: Kate Geraghty/The SMH/Fairfax Media/Getty This is ...

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A firefighter offers bottled water to a koala in Cudlee Creek near Australia's southern coast. Credit: Oakbank Balhannah CFS/Social Media/Reuters. A horse is covered in ash as it grazes in front ...

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An ecologist from the University of Sydney estimates that more than 1 billion animals have already been killed across the country since the fires began in September 2019.

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Humans aren't the only ones being driven from their homes by the Australian wildfires.An ecologist from the University of Sydney estimates that more than 1 billion animals have already been killed ...

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An ecologist from the University of Sydney estimates that more than 1 billion animals have already been killed across the country since the fires began in September 2019.

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An ecologist from the University of Sydney estimates that more than 1 billion animals have already been killed across the country since the fires began in September 2019.

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An ecologist from the University of Sydney estimates that more than 1 billion animals have already been killed across the country since the fires began in September 2019.

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An ecologist from the University of Sydney estimates that more than 1 billion animals have already been killed across the country since the fires began in September 2019.

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Lesley Stahl shares her personal battle with coronavirus ... Houston Food Bank sees huge spike in demand during pandemic ... Volunteers at the Port Macquarie Koala Hospital have been working ...

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An ecologist from the University of Sydney estimates that more than 1 billion animals have already been killed across the country since the fires began in September 2019.

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No phone or email for inmates at 3 federal prisons in effort to fight virus ... Volunteers at the Port Macquarie Koala Hospital have been working alongside National Parks and Wildlife Service ...

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Damian Campbell-Davys, a water tank operator, rescued this koala while he helped battle flames near Nerriga, New South Wales, Australia. Credit: Kate Geraghty/The SMH/Fairfax Media/Getty. This is ...

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Volunteers are helping Australia's National Parks Association tally up the number of koala's in New South Wales and Queensland. Dubbed the Great Koala Count, the goal of the census is to determine

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Dead koala screwed to post in Australia sparks widespread anger January 11, 2018 / 1:19 PM / CBS News A photo of a dead koala found fixed by his paws to a wooden post has sparked widespread anger ...

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The Port Macquarie Koala Hospital even started a GoFundMe account to raise money for the animals' care. The hospital said at least 31 koalas have been brought in to get hydrated and treated for burns.

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Hail storm in Canberra damaged public buildings, businesses, homes and cars, cut power to some suburbs, brought down trees and caused flash flooding. Drivers in Australia can be fined up to ...

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Damian Campbell-Davys, a water tank operator, rescued this koala while he helped battle flames near Nerriga, New South Wales, Australia. Credit: Kate Geraghty/The SMH/Fairfax Media/Getty This is ...

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Australia airdrops food for starving wildlife ... Jenner made the donation after getting backlash on social media for an Instagram post. ... Paper checks could take weeks to arrive in the mail for ...

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The early and devastating start to Australia's summer wildfires has already burned about 12.35 million acres of land and destroyed more than 1,400 homes. That's more acres burned in Australia than ...

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Domestic pets and farm animals are also displaced, traveling by land sea, and air with their families to escape the blaze. Bernadette Foster, a resident of Dignams Creek, New South Wales, poses ...

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Five-year-old Elana Watson reunites with her father in Whittlesea, Australia, Monday, Feb. 9, 2009. Suspicions that the worst wildfires ever to strike Australia were deliberately set led police to ...

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A child's boots lie on the ground at a house burnt in wildfires in Jeeralong West, 125 miles southeast of Melbourne, Australia, Tuesday, Feb. 10, 2009.

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The "mega blaze" has destroyed homes and sent thousands of people fleeing to the shoreline from New South Wales and Victoria.About 12.35 million acres of land have burned. At least 17 people have ...

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Get a ride in minutes. Or become a driver and earn money on your schedule. Uber is finding you better ways to move, work, and succeed in Australia.

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Animals starving due to Australia fires munch on airdropped veggies. The Australian government flew in tons of vegetables to save the brush-tailed rock wallaby from starvation.

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Australia's fires have killed over a billion animals. Here's how to help. Some of the most heart-wrenching images from the bushfires involve injured koalas, kangaroos and more.

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On New Year's Eve, Patsy, a 6-year-old kelpie-border collie mix from Corryong, Victoria, faced the raging fires to herd 900 sheep into a safe enclosure, her owner told Australian broadcasting ...

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The giant koala count: Citizen census Australian ecologists have recruited teams of citizen-scientists to help count koalas in New South Wales and Queensland.

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