Date: 2019-12-28 19:47:46
The world is witnessing the wildfire which has covered the South Australia mainly. While the whole ecosystem has been disturbed by these wildfires, most importantly, it is affecting the Koalas of those regions.
In one of most heartwarming and heartbreaking video, a thirsty Koala stopped the cyclists to drink water from their water bottles as the heat of the jungle has dehydrated them from within. Koala stopped the group of cyclists in the middle of the road and even climbed one step on the bike to put an end to his exhaustion.
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After the Koala drinking water video went viral, people on Twitter shared some more videos and photos of people helping Koalas from the devastating heatwaves and fires.
It’s so sad to know so many species are going to go extinct in the future because of this (most notably the koalas) and get the world doesn’t seem to care 🐨 💔 #AUSTRALIANBUSHFIRES #SavetheKoalas https://t.co/cTqJyQTqWP— Joseph Skinner (@SquashedSkinner) December 21, 2019
▶️ A firefighter helped a thirsty koala from a water bottle in South Australia as fires continued to rage in the area.— The Voice of America (@VOANews) December 23, 2019
👉 Australia Faces Catastrophic Fire Conditionshttps://t.co/iFipbQsFvs pic.twitter.com/T346inuS9Y
🌏 🆘 #Australia🇦🇺 🆘#Koalas🐨#BushFires🔥 What is the Australian government actually doing??.The Australian government has to take responsibility for this. ALMOST FOUR MONTHS, BURNING!!!TUNNACEPTABLE . #ClimateEmergency #SaveTheKoalas🐨 #australia #sosaustralia🇦🇺 pic.twitter.com/m9bRu7CRYZ— 2interativa (@2interativa) December 22, 2019
Around 2,000 koalas died in devastating and widespread fires across South Australia and the east coast of the continent. The mid-north coast of New South Wales is home to 15,000 to 28,000 koalas.
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