Highlights on Australia BushFire:
- An Australia bushfire killed about one and a half billions of animals.
- People are leaving their homes and finding a beach as a shelter.
- As per the several authorities, it is the most difficult and largest maritime rescue operation in Australian history.
Australia Bushfire turning dangerous :
Most of the part of southeast Australia is burning due to deadly Bushfires. In fact, the whole region is look likes mars. Because of skies becomes blood red and Australian region is set on fire.
While rescuing the people, one of the senior firefighters said,” Last 24 hours were one of our worst days ever”
Australia Fire scenario
Due to one of the deadliest fires of the world, the landscape is fully covered with smoke and flames. However, almost five million hectares of land is burnt. People are finding shelters on the beach. Also, rescue teams are operating under the life-threating condition to save Australians.
As per the NSWRFS, ” A total of 146 fires are burning across the state, with 65 uncontained.”
Several lives are at the rescue. Also, many properties lost in the fire. Victoria has declared the state of disaster. However, the Australian government declared NSW as a state of emergency.
Smoke cloud over Australia
How is Australia BushFire affecting wildlife?
Australia Bush fire is responsible for extreme wildlife damage. As per the reports, over 8k Koalas lost in the wild flames of fire. In fact, that was approximately 30% of NSW’s north coast regions total Koalas population.
As per Ecologists from the University of Sydney, ” Almost 480 million birds, reptiles and animals are lost in the fires.”
However, to rescue wildlife is one more challenge of the Australia Bush fire. Until now, many animals killed in the uncontrollable flame of Australia’s fire.
What Australian PM said on Australia BushFire?
Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison said, “It was another difficult night across the country, in particular in NSW, Victoria and South Australia.”
We’re putting more Defence Force boots on the ground, more planes in the sky, more ships to sea, and more trucks to roll in to support the bushfire fighting effort and recovery as part of our co-ordinated response to these terrible #bushfires pic.twitter.com/UiOeYB2jnv
— Scott Morrison (@ScottMorrisonMP) January 4, 2020
Also, many royal families sent the message of condolences to Australia
- On behalf of the UK Royal Family, Queen sent condolence to Australia-
Her Majesty The Queen has sent a message of condolence to the Governor General of Australia, Governor of New South Wales, Governor of Queensland, and Governor of Victoria and to all Australians. pic.twitter.com/ZNBAHW21az
— The Royal Family (@RoyalFamily) January 4, 2020
2. Sussex Royal family post on Instagram-
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Our thoughts and prayers are with those across Australia who are continuing to face the devastating fires that have been raging for months. From areas we are personally connected to such as the communities and people we visited in New South Wales in 2018, to the fires in California and parts of Africa, we are struck by the increasingly overlapping presence of these environmental disasters, including of course the destruction of the Amazon which continues. This global environmental crisis has now been described as Ecocide. It’s easy to feel helpless, but there’s always a way to help. To find out how you can lend your support, please see the links below to help as we have. https://fundraise.redcross.org.au/drr (@redcrossau) https://www.rfs.nsw.gov.au/about-us/fundraising (@nswrfs) https://www.cfa.vic.gov.au/about/supporting-cfa#donate-cfa Photo © @nswrfs / @dale_appleton / Jay Elai
3. Duke and Duchess of Cambridge posted –
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We continue to be shocked and deeply saddened to hear about the fires that are destroying homes, livelihoods and wildlife across much of Australia. Our thoughts and prayers are with all the people and communities who are affected by this devastating event. We send our deepest condolences to the families and friends of those who have tragically lost their lives, and the brave firefighters who continue to risk their own lives to save the lives of others. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge Image courtesy of @nytimes