30 Photos Showing Life is Returning To The Scorched Australia

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Australia has been burning for the last few months, from devastating fires caused by drought, to flash flooding that happened when that drought quickly ended. While the southern states of Victoria and New South Wales didn’t get rid of fires completely and many fires are still burning, photos show that life moves on in the areas that were affected by fires.

Plants that have grown to shield their buds from the fire so they can immediately grow back after being burnt at the surface, or even take benefit of the nutrients in ash, are called pyrophytic plants. It’s not unusual to see them growing so quickly after a disastrous fire, and the bright greens and reds against the darkened landscape have a striking visual effect. But the cycle of being burnt and growing back is normal for Australia’s vegetation and nature is equipped to handle such disasters, the plant and animal survivors will face some consequences for sure.

The beauty beginning to form following the aftermath of the bushfires. Pelaw Main, Australia. from pics

Nature is already recovering in part of the Blue Mountains, Australia after fires from last November! (Source: NSW Rural Fire Service) from Damnthatsinteresting

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New life begins, after bush fires

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