Australia’s huge fire: more than one billion animals killed, many on the verge of extinction!
The fierce fire in the forest of Australia has put many wild animals at risk of extinction. More than one billion animals are estimated to have been killed so far. Price, who works with the wildlife rescue group Wears, said we think a lot has been destroyed in the fire. This has led to horrifying pictures of the bodies of scorched animals of cola, burnt paws of possums and the bodies of countless kangaroos. Less sighted animals such as frogs, moths, invertebrates, and reptiles are also feared to be wiped out due to fire.
According to the Emergency Management Department, fires continue in about 135 sites in New South Wales. At the same time, the fire is still at 23 places in Victoria. The Australian Navy, which was involved in rescuing those stranded on the southeast coast of the country due to the fire, got a new obligation to deliver beer to the Mallakuta Hotel on Friday, which is on the verge of ending the liquor.
2019 hottest year in the history of hundred years
2019 was the hottest year in Australia’s hundred-year history. The Meteorological Department (Bureau of Metrology) has confirmed this. 2019 has been the hottest year since the department started measuring records. Explain that the department has started measuring records since 1910.
The Bureau of Metrology stated that the department started keeping records of rainfall from the year 1900. Since then, 2019 has been the driest year.
Gave life to kangaroo’s child (fire in the forests of Australia)
There are many touching scenes in the forest due to the fire spreading over most of southeastern Australia. In a similar scene, volunteer Sarah Sarah Price found a child of a kangaroo hiding in her mother’s bag, counting her last breath amidst the fire around. After some time his mother died. Experts say that the creatures that have survived are facing a critical situation to survive.
fire in the forests of Australia, Cricket players came forward to help
Former Australia cricketer Shane Warne’s baggy green cap sold for over five crore rupees (1 million Australian dollars) at the auction on Friday. The money received from this will be used to help the victims of forest fires
Warne tweeted that thanks to everyone who bid. Several other cricketers Chris Lynn, Glenn Maxwell, and Darcy Short have already announced that they will donate 250 Australian Dollars for every six they hit in the current Big Bash League.
Tennis players also came forward to help
Australia’s Nick Kyrgios also said he would donate 200 Australian dollars from each ace during the domestic tournament. Ashley Barty, the world’s number one female player, decided this week to donate the amount she received at Brisbane International to Red Cross.
Hamilton will give Rs 2.50 crores
Six-time Formula One World Champion Lewis Hamilton decided to donate 2 crores 44 lakh 27 thousand 95 rupees ($ 500,000 Australia) to help firefighters, wildlife volunteers and animals affected by Australia’s wildfires. He announced this on Twitter on Thursday.