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48 million animals died in Australia's fire!

Fires in Australia’s forests are expected to cause heavy damage.

Experts fear that about 48 crore animals have died in this fire. Among all of  these, about one-third of the koala species are at risk. Wildlife experts from Sydney University say that these animals may also include large species like birds, reptiles.

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Approximately 8,000 koalas have been feared dead. Australia has the highest number of koalas in the New South Wales region. Their number is about 28 thousand.

Environment Minister Susan Lee said, “It is possible that about 30 per cent  of this region has been lost .The survey will be done properly when the fury of this fire will stop.

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Written by Anjan Kumar Samal

National Secretary-THE LAST HOPE(REGD.)


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