25 Pics That Sum Up The Devastating Fires in Australia

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2020 is here and it comes with its own set of problems. Nearly everyone’s talking about the possibility of World War 3 breaking out. Meanwhile, Australia is still burning, with devastating fires, and we can’t stress this enough how serious it is for everyone on this globe and what is to come in the future for all of us. Scroll down to check out the images below to see the intensity of things happening in Australia right now.

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To Our Nation's True Heroes - The Thousands Of Firefighters Currently Battling Fires Across Our Country, We Thank You From The Bottom Of Our Hearts

Since The Fire Has Passed Through Mallacoota This Amazing, Selfless Young Guy Has Been Out Searching For Injured Wildlife. This Is One Of 7 Koalas He's Saved So Far

Neighbours Helping Out Strangers During The Australian Bushfires. Everything Helps And It All Adds Up!

I'm So Proud Of My Country, Our Volunteer Firefighters Are Legends In Their Own Category

The Kangaroo Is Drenched In Water After Approaching A Human For Help

This Fire Fighter (And All Ff’s) Saving The People, Animals, And Homes In Australia

 After Spotting A Koala Crossing A Road Amongst The Flames A Woman Rushed To The Animal’s Aid, Wrapping It In Her Shirt And Pouring Water Over It

My Family Have Been Fighting These Fires On Our Farm And Our Community Nonstop For Over A Month

Exhausted Firefighters In Australia

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3D “Visualisation” Of The Fires In Australia, Made From Nasa Satellite Data

Firefighter Saved This Little Baby Kangaroo That Was Left By Its Self

My Uncle At The End Of A 13 Hour Shift Volunteering With Nsw Rfs

The Australian bushfires devastated the country and its ecosystem, leaving around half-a-billion animals dead. Meanwhile, around 14 million acres (21,875 square miles) of land is scorched, and hundreds of thousands of Australians have been displaced. It’s a disaster of end-of-the-world proportions.

We’re often told that the Great Wall of China is the only man-made structure to be seen from space. However, the bushfires in Australia are so extensive that even satellites orbiting the Earth can spot the smoke and flames.

You can donate towards disaster relief and recovery efforts like the Red CrossSt Vincent de Paul Society, and the Trustee for NSW Rural Fire Service & Brigades Donations Fund to make a change and to help Australians affected by the bushfires.

Caught The Smoke As It Was Spreading Over Our Suburb In Australia

Hell Opens Up In Australia. Thoughts Go Out To Our Brave Fire Fighters

Bushfire Evacuation

So Tired

In Australia After A Fire

How Big The Fires Are

My Son Is 1 Month Old, He's Never Breathed Fresh Air In His Life

A Picture One Of The Local Postmen Took From His Front Yard. This Was In Forster

6 Deaths. 2.2 Million Hectares Burnt. 680 Homes Destroyed. Countless Animals Lost. And No End In Sight...

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The Fires From Australia Are So Massive That We Our Skies In New Zealand Have Turned Yellow (1,600 Miles Away)

Australia Is Currently Engulfed By Bushfires ... Almost 2000 Houses Have Been Burnt

This Is A Pyrocumulus Cloud Produced By Smoke From The Australian Bushfires. It’s 12km High. It Produces Its Own Thunderstorms, Fire Tornadoes And 100km/H Winds

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Hill Of "Lava"

Yesterday Was One Crazy Day. I Helped Defend Friends Property From The Fire At Nth Durras

 

 

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