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The bushfire has destroyed 2.5 million acres of farmland and shrubs off Australia’s east coast in recent weeks, killing four people and destroying hundreds of homes. Especially, the country’s population has also been hit hard by the fire, with more than 350 marsupials feared to have died at a significant residence. One of the most recent bold actions gave the country hope to fire the devastation. A local woman named Tony wrapped her shirt in the water. And poured water on it as she watched cross the road in the blaze in New South Wales.
Especially, the heroine said she plans to take the injured Kola to the nearby Port Macquarie Koala Hospital with facilities to care for up to 15 damaged Kolas.
To help koalas and wildlife survive, the hospital and several other organizations began buying a Gofandmee business automated drinking centers and setting them up in burned areas.
However, as people have already raised more than $ 879,000 (the target was $ 25,000), the project expands. Volunteer groups also receive Kola seeds that have been burned and dehydrated after the fire.
Koala can be particularly vulnerable to fire as they instinctively climb into treetops in the heat. Although they survived the fire, they had to walk across the burning earth as they descended.
The male Kola, enraged by the fire, returned to the active fire and unfortunately continued to burn. He is known as Ellenborough Lewis (after her grandson). He has been treated and is now in a five-star hospital at Koala Hospital,” said doctors at Koala Hospital’s port Macquarie.
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