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Australia is currently ablaze, with enormous, out of control fires expected to burn across the country for months. Summer doesn't hit Down Under until December, but this bushfire season is already showing potential to be one of the most devastating in recent years — for humans and wildlife alike. Six people have been confirmed dead so far, with over homes destroyed and 2. Both Sydney and Adelaide are smothered in smoke with residents advised to stay indoors, and a Code Red has been issued for parts of Victoria — the highest bushfire warning level in the state.
The last time Victoria declared a Code Red was in You need to make sure you are not there. Code Red says to us that we cannot control a fire if it starts.
Move out tonight. Sadly, while humans can take some measures to protect themselves, Australia's native wildlife are not so well-equipped. Fires have torn through koala habitats, with hundreds of the marsupials feared dead and thousands of acres destroyed. In addition, the climate conditions that led to the fires in the first place have been hurting koalas for some time, limiting their access to food and water. Stephen Phillips estimates 60 to 70 percent of the breeding koala populations have likely died in some areas.
In May, Australia Koala Foundation estimated that there were "no more than 80, koalas in Australia," making them "functionally extinct. It's unclear how many will be left after the fires die down. Another day, another Koala rescue from the NSWbushfires. This poor Koala, suddenly appeared out of flames near Long Flat. We'll have his progress on 9News tonight at 6. The koalas' dire situation was recently highlighted by a video from 9 News.
In it, Australian woman Toni Doherty rushed into blazing bushland along Oxley Highway to rescue a badly burned koala, wrapping him in her shirt and dousing him in water. I didn't know that they called out like that," Doherty told RN Breakfast. Dubbed "Lewis," the koala was brought to Port Macquarie Koala Hospital, whose clinical director Cheyne Flanagan said he was "almost borderline euthanasia.