Half a Billion Animals have been Killed by the Bushfires in Australia

Recently, It was reported that almost half a billion animal has been killed by the bush-fires in Australia.


Yet, More than 23 individuals have lost their lives because of tragic Australia fires raging all across Australia since September and many dozes are still missing.

Individuals are fleeing New South Wales as the state emergency is announced, the fires are set to worsen in days ahead.

Shane Fitzsimmons, A fire commissioner of New South Wales has recently issued a statement fearing further volatile conditions that might intensify the fires. they have also confirmed that more than 1,500 homes have been lost.

BBC Reports: “There is a Widely-reported estimate that almost half a billion (480 Million) animals have been killed by the bush fires in Australia.”

30% of koala habitat has been destroyed and experts have also warned the marsupials might become extinct.

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In New South Wales, They are facing a humanitarian crisis as Water, Food, and Fuel began to run out as fires continue to spread.

In November 2019, It was reported that more than 1.2 Million Acres of land was destroyed in a bushfire at a National Park in New South Wales.

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