Australia fires: ‘Not anything left’ for animals that continue to exist

As bushfires rip throughout portions of Australia, mavens are caution of an immense loss in biodiversity and risk to the lives of thousands and thousands of animals.

One estimate is that within the state of New South Wales on my own, just about part one thousand million animals were suffering from the fires.

John Marsh works on the Potoroo Palace nature sanctuary within the fire-hit Merimbula, New South Wales. He explains how even after the fires move, surviving animals will face an unsure long term.

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