Australian teens praised for saving koalas from bushfires

Australian Bushfires May Have Killed Marsupial Species

Australian wildfires undoing decades of conservation work

Forest fires on the island began as lightning in the park. According to the Daily Mail, thousands of koalas are thought to have died in the fires on Kangaroo Island alone.

The human toll of the Australian wildfires has been well documented but the damage to the country's unique wildlife is also considerable.

"We are seeing kangaroos and koalas with their hands burned off - they stand no chance".

The devastating Australia bushfires have left the wild gasping for breath. "It's been quite emotional". The park is a popular place to spot duckbill platypus, one of Australia's most beloved species.

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A wind change spared the park from the wildfire's path.

The island was once considered a safe haven for koalas because the population there was free from chlamydia - a disease that can cause blindness, infertility and death that is prevalent among koalas on the mainland. They stated that they exclusively took animals that seemed most stricken and reported that round 60 % of the koalas they got here throughout had burned to loss of life.

"The Kangaroo Island dunnart is our main species of concern and it looks like its entire known [habitat] range has been fried", Pat Hodgens, an ecologist with Kangaroo Island Land for Wildlife, told the newspaper.

"We're hoping to bring some into captivity before they are completely gone".

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The Redditor wrote in the caption, "Amid the bad bushfires in Australia, my cousins went out and saved as many koalas as they could". Even if the birds escaped the blazes, it's unclear whether they'll survive now that their habitat has been destroyed by the fires.

Ms Teixeira said careful conservation work over the past 25 years has seen the glossy black-cockatoo population increase from 150, but those gains have been wiped out in the space of a week.

Prime Minister Scott Morrison has come under withering criticism both at home and overseas for downplaying the need for his government to address climate change, which experts say helps supercharge the blazes.

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