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(200119) -- CANBERRA, Jan. 19, 2020 (Xinhua) -- Photo taken on Jan. 18, 2020 shows the car destroyed by the bushfire in the town of Mogo, a two-hour drive from Canberra, Australia. At least 28 people have lost their lives and more than 2,000 homes been destroyed across the country in this bushfire season in Australia. (Photo by Chu Chen/Xinhua)
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(200119) -- CANBERRA, Jan. 19, 2020 (Xinhua) -- Photo taken on Jan. 18, 2020 shows the cars destroyed by the bushfire in the town of Mogo, a two-hour drive from Canberra, Australia. At least 28 people have lost their lives and more than 2,000 homes been destroyed across the country in this bushfire season in Australia. (Photo by Chu Chen/Xinhua)
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(200119) -- CANBERRA, Jan. 19, 2020 (Xinhua) -- Photo taken on Jan. 18, 2020 shows a bushfire area, about a one-hour drive from Canberra, Australia. At least 28 people have lost their lives and more than 2,000 homes been destroyed across the country in this bushfire season in Australia. (Photo by Chu Chen/Xinhua)
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(200119) -- CANBERRA, Jan. 19, 2020 (Xinhua) -- Photo taken on Jan. 18, 2020 shows the cars destroyed by the bushfire in the town of Mogo, a two-hour drive from Canberra, Australia. At least 28 people have lost their lives and more than 2,000 homes been destroyed across the country in this bushfire season in Australia. (Photo by Chu Chen/Xinhua)
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(200119) -- CANBERRA, Jan. 19, 2020 (Xinhua) -- Photo taken on Jan. 18, 2020 shows a bushfire area, about a one-hour drive from Canberra, Australia. At least 28 people have lost their lives and more than 2,000 homes been destroyed across the country in this bushfire season in Australia. (Photo by Chu Chen/Xinhua)
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(200119) -- CANBERRA, Jan. 19, 2020 (Xinhua) -- Photo taken on Jan. 18, 2020 shows the scene after the bushfire in Mogo town, a two-hour drive from Canberra, Australia. At least 28 people have lost their lives and more than 2,000 homes been destroyed across the country in this bushfire season in Australia. (Photo by Chu Chen/Xinhua)
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(200119) -- CANBERRA, Jan. 19, 2020 (Xinhua) -- Photo taken on Jan. 18, 2020 shows the scene after the bushfire in Mogo town, a two-hour drive from Canberra, Australia. At least 28 people have lost their lives and more than 2,000 homes been destroyed across the country in this bushfire season in Australia. (Photo by Chu Chen/Xinhua)
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(200119) -- CANBERRA, Jan. 19, 2020 (Xinhua) -- Photo taken on Jan. 18, 2020 shows the property picture on its owner's phone taken before the bushfire and its ruins left by the bushfire in Mogo town, a two-hour drive from Canberra, Australia. At least 28 people have lost their lives and more than 2,000 homes been destroyed across the country in this bushfire season in Australia. (Photo by Chu Chen/Xinhua)
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(200119) -- CANBERRA, Jan. 19, 2020 (Xinhua) -- Photo taken on Jan. 18, 2020 shows the scene after the bushfire in Mogo town, a two-hour drive from Canberra, Australia. At least 28 people have lost their lives and more than 2,000 homes been destroyed across the country in this bushfire season in Australia. (Photo by Chu Chen/Xinhua)
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(200119) -- CANBERRA, Jan. 19, 2020 (Xinhua) -- Photo taken on Jan. 18, 2020 shows a man shedding tears on the property ruins left by the bushfire in Mogo town, a two-hour drive from Canberra, Australia. At least 28 people have lost their lives and more than 2,000 homes been destroyed across the country in this bushfire season in Australia. (Photo by Chu Chen/Xinhua)
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In this photo taken early January, 2020, and provided on Jan. 16, 2020, by the NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service, Wollemi pines thrive in a canyon in the Wollemi National Park, New South Wales, Australia. Specialist firefighters have saved the world???s last remaining wild stand of a prehistoric tree from wildfires that razed forests west of Sydney. (NSW National Parks and Wildfire Service via AP)
AP PROVIDES ACCESS TO THIS PUBLICLY DISTRIBUTED HANDOUT PHOTO PROVIDED BY NSW NATIONAL PARKS AND WILDLIFE SERVICE; MANDATORY CREDIT. JAN. 2020 PHOTO
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APTOPIX A plant sprouts from the blackened ground near Nattai, Australia, Thursday, Jan. 16, 2020. The fires have claimed dozens of lives since September, destroyed thousands of homes and razed more than 10.3 million hectares (25.5 million acres), but the fire danger has been diminished by rain this week in several areas. The first green buds of regrowth have already emerged in some blacked forests following the rain. (AP Photo/Rick Rycroft)
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Leaves begin to sprout from the trunk of a blackened and burned tree near Nattai, Australia, Thursday, Jan. 16, 2020. The fires have claimed dozens of lives since September, destroyed thousands of homes and razed more than 10.3 million hectares (25.5 million acres), but the fire danger has been diminished by rain this week in several areas. The first green buds of regrowth have already emerged in some blacked forests following the rain. (AP Photo/Rick Rycroft)
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A plant sprouts from the blackened ground near Nattai, Australia, Thursday, Jan. 16, 2020. The fires have claimed dozens of lives since September, destroyed thousands of homes and razed more than 10.3 million hectares (25.5 million acres), but the fire danger has been diminished by rain this week in several areas. The first green buds of regrowth have already emerged in some blacked forests following the rain. (AP Photo/Rick Rycroft)
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A plant sprouts from the blackened ground near Nattai, Australia, Thursday, Jan. 16, 2020. The fires have claimed dozens of lives since September, destroyed thousands of homes and razed more than 10.3 million hectares (25.5 million acres), but the fire danger has been diminished by rain this week in several areas. The first green buds of regrowth have already emerged in some blacked forests following the rain. (AP Photo/Rick Rycroft)
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A plant sprouts from the blackened ground near Nattai, Australia, Thursday, Jan. 16, 2020. The fires have claimed dozens of lives since September, destroyed thousands of homes and razed more than 10.3 million hectares (25.5 million acres), but the fire danger has been diminished by rain this week in several areas. The first green buds of regrowth have already emerged in some blacked forests following the rain. (AP Photo/Rick Rycroft)
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A plant sprouts from the blackened ground near Nattai, Australia, Thursday, Jan. 16, 2020. The fires have claimed dozens of lives since September, destroyed thousands of homes and razed more than 10.3 million hectares (25.5 million acres), but the fire danger has been diminished by rain this week in several areas. The first green buds of regrowth have already emerged in some blacked forests following the rain. (AP Photo/Rick Rycroft)
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A plant sprouts from the blackened ground near Nattai, Australia, Thursday, Jan. 16, 2020. The fires have claimed dozens of lives since September, destroyed thousands of homes and razed more than 10.3 million hectares (25.5 million acres), but the fire danger has been diminished by rain this week in several areas. The first green buds of regrowth have already emerged in some blacked forests following the rain. (AP Photo/Rick Rycroft)
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The burnt landscape is seen from an Australian Defence Force (ADF) C-130 Hercules aircraft over Kangaroo Island on January 16, 2020. - The ADF transported firefighters from Adelaide to Kangeroo Island after bushfires ravaged the island off of the south coast of Australia. (Photo by PETER PARKS / AFP)
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The burnt landscape is seen from an Australian Defence Force (ADF) C-130 Hercules aircraft over Kangaroo Island on January 16, 2020. - The ADF transported firefighters from Adelaide to Kangeroo Island after bushfires ravaged the island off of the south coast of Australia. (Photo by PETER PARKS / AFP)
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An aerial photo taken on January 16, 2020 shows a fire damaged landscape on Kangaroo after bushfires ravaged the island off of the south coast of Australia. - Australia is reeling from bushfires that since September 2019 having claimed 28 lives, including two on Kangaroo Island, and razed 10 million hectares (100,000 square kilometres) of land -- an area larger than South Korea or Portugal. (Photo by PETER PARKS / AFP) / TO GO WITH Australia-livestock-fire-environment,FOCUS by Holly ROBERTSON
TO GO WITH Australia-livestock-fire-environment,FOCUS by Holly ROBERTSON
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An aerial photo taken on January 16, 2020 shows a fire damaged landscape on Kangaroo after bushfires ravaged the island off of the south coast of Australia. - Australia is reeling from bushfires that since September 2019 having claimed 28 lives, including two on Kangaroo Island, and razed 10 million hectares (100,000 square kilometres) of land -- an area larger than South Korea or Portugal. (Photo by PETER PARKS / AFP) / TO GO WITH Australia-livestock-fire-environment,FOCUS by Holly ROBERTSON
TO GO WITH Australia-livestock-fire-environment,FOCUS by Holly ROBERTSON
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An aerial photo taken on January 16, 2020 shows a fire damaged landscape on Kangaroo after bushfires ravaged the island off of the south coast of Australia. - Australia is reeling from bushfires that since September 2019 having claimed 28 lives, including two on Kangaroo Island, and razed 10 million hectares (100,000 square kilometres) of land -- an area larger than South Korea or Portugal. (Photo by PETER PARKS / AFP) / TO GO WITH Australia-livestock-fire-environment,FOCUS by Holly ROBERTSON
TO GO WITH Australia-livestock-fire-environment,FOCUS by Holly ROBERTSON
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This photo taken on January 16, 2020 shows local farmer Rick Morris walking through a burnt out part of his 2,300-acre property on Kangaroo Island after bushfires ravaged the island off of the south coast of Australia. - Australia is reeling from bushfires that since September 2019 have claimed 28 lives, including two on Kangaroo Island, and razed 10 million hectares (100,000 square kilometres) of land -- an area larger than South Korea or Portugal. (Photo by PETER PARKS / AFP) / TO GO WITH Australia-livestock-fire-environment,FOCUS by Holly ROBERTSON
TO GO WITH Australia-livestock-fire-environment,FOCUS by Holly ROBERTSON
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This photo taken on January 16, 2020 shows local farmer Rick Morris walking through a burnt out part of his 2,300-acre property on Kangaroo Island after bushfires ravaged the island off of the south coast of Australia. - Australia is reeling from bushfires that since September 2019 have claimed 28 lives, including two on Kangaroo Island, and razed 10 million hectares (100,000 square kilometres) of land -- an area larger than South Korea or Portugal. (Photo by PETER PARKS / AFP) / TO GO WITH Australia-livestock-fire-environment,FOCUS by Holly ROBERTSON
TO GO WITH Australia-livestock-fire-environment,FOCUS by Holly ROBERTSON
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This photo taken on January 16, 2020 shows a burnt out part of local farmer Rick Morris' 2,300-acre property on Kangaroo Island after bushfires ravaged the island off of the south coast of Australia. - Australia is reeling from bushfires that since September 2019 have claimed 28 lives, including two on Kangaroo Island, and razed 10 million hectares (100,000 square kilometres) of land -- an area larger than South Korea or Portugal. (Photo by PETER PARKS / AFP) / TO GO WITH Australia-livestock-fire-environment,FOCUS by Holly ROBERTSON
TO GO WITH Australia-livestock-fire-environment,FOCUS by Holly ROBERTSON
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This photo taken on January 16, 2020 shows a burnt out part of local farmer Rick Morris' 2,300-acre property on Kangaroo Island after bushfires ravaged the island off of the south coast of Australia. - Australia is reeling from bushfires that since September 2019 have claimed 28 lives, including two on Kangaroo Island, and razed 10 million hectares (100,000 square kilometres) of land -- an area larger than South Korea or Portugal. (Photo by PETER PARKS / AFP) / TO GO WITH Australia-livestock-fire-environment,FOCUS by Holly ROBERTSON
TO GO WITH Australia-livestock-fire-environment,FOCUS by Holly ROBERTSON
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This photo taken on January 16, 2020 shows a burnt out part of local farmer Rick Morris' 2,300-acre property on Kangaroo Island after bushfires ravaged the island off of the south coast of Australia. - Australia is reeling from bushfires that since September 2019 have claimed 28 lives, including two on Kangaroo Island, and razed 10 million hectares (100,000 square kilometres) of land -- an area larger than South Korea or Portugal. (Photo by PETER PARKS / AFP) / TO GO WITH Australia-livestock-fire-environment,FOCUS by Holly ROBERTSON
TO GO WITH Australia-livestock-fire-environment,FOCUS by Holly ROBERTSON
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Humane Society International Crisis Response Specialist, Kelly Donithan picks up an injured Koala who was sitting beside another dead koala on Kangaroo Island on January 15, 2020. - On an island famed as Australia's "Galapagos" for its unique and abundant wildlife, rescuers are racing to save rare animals in a bushfire-ravaged landscape. The charred forest floor on Kangaroo Island is littered with corpses of animals incinerated by the blazes that swept through two weeks ago. (Photo by PETER PARKS / AFP) / TO GO WITH: Australia fire environment climate animal, FOCUS by Holly ROBERTSON
TO GO WITH: Australia fire environment climate animal, FOCUS by Holly ROBERTSON
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Humane Society International Crisis Response Specialist, Kelly Donithan approaches an injured Koala who is sitting beside another dead on koala on Kangaroo Island on January 15, 2020. - On an island famed as Australia's "Galapagos" for its unique and abundant wildlife, rescuers are racing to save rare animals in a bushfire-ravaged landscape. The charred forest floor on Kangaroo Island is littered with corpses of animals incinerated by the blazes that swept through two weeks ago. (Photo by PETER PARKS / AFP) / TO GO WITH: Australia fire environment climate animal, FOCUS by Holly ROBERTSON
TO GO WITH: Australia fire environment climate animal, FOCUS by Holly ROBERTSON
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An injured Koala sits beside another dead koala on Kangaroo Island before being rescued on January 15, 2020. - On an island famed as Australia's "Galapagos" for its unique and abundant wildlife, rescuers are racing to save rare animals in a bushfire-ravaged landscape. The charred forest floor on Kangaroo Island is littered with corpses of animals incinerated by the blazes that swept through two weeks ago. (Photo by PETER PARKS / AFP) / TO GO WITH: Australia fire environment climate animal, FOCUS by Holly ROBERTSON
TO GO WITH: Australia fire environment climate animal, FOCUS by Holly ROBERTSON
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Humane Society International Crisis Response Specialist, Kelly Donithan (R) checks an injured Koala she just rescued on Kangaroo Island on January 15, 2020. - On an island famed as Australia's "Galapagos" for its unique and abundant wildlife, rescuers are racing to save rare animals in a bushfire-ravaged landscape. The charred forest floor on Kangaroo Island is littered with corpses of animals incinerated by the blazes that swept through two weeks ago. (Photo by PETER PARKS / AFP) / TO GO WITH: Australia fire environment climate animal, FOCUS by Holly ROBERTSON
TO GO WITH: Australia fire environment climate animal, FOCUS by Holly ROBERTSON
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Humane Society International Crisis Response Specialist, Kelly Donithan (R) checks an injured Koala she just rescued on Kangaroo Island on January 15, 2020. - On an island famed as Australia's "Galapagos" for its unique and abundant wildlife, rescuers are racing to save rare animals in a bushfire-ravaged landscape. The charred forest floor on Kangaroo Island is littered with corpses of animals incinerated by the blazes that swept through two weeks ago. (Photo by PETER PARKS / AFP) / TO GO WITH: Australia fire environment climate animal, FOCUS by Holly ROBERTSON
TO GO WITH: Australia fire environment climate animal, FOCUS by Holly ROBERTSON
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Humane Society International Crisis Response Specialist, Kelly Donithan (R) checks an injured Koala she just rescued on Kangaroo Island on January 15, 2020. - On an island famed as Australia's "Galapagos" for its unique and abundant wildlife, rescuers are racing to save rare animals in a bushfire-ravaged landscape. The charred forest floor on Kangaroo Island is littered with corpses of animals incinerated by the blazes that swept through two weeks ago. (Photo by PETER PARKS / AFP) / TO GO WITH: Australia fire environment climate animal, FOCUS by Holly ROBERTSON
TO GO WITH: Australia fire environment climate animal, FOCUS by Holly ROBERTSON
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Humane Society International Crisis Response Specialist, Kelly Donithan holds a baby Koala she just rescued on Kangaroo Island on January 15, 2020. - On an island famed as Australia's "Galapagos" for its unique and abundant wildlife, rescuers are racing to save rare animals in a bushfire-ravaged landscape. The charred forest floor on Kangaroo Island is littered with corpses of animals incinerated by the blazes that swept through two weeks ago. (Photo by PETER PARKS / AFP) / TO GO WITH: Australia fire environment climate animal, FOCUS by Holly ROBERTSON
TO GO WITH: Australia fire environment climate animal, FOCUS by Holly ROBERTSON
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Humane Society International Crisis Response Specialist, Kelly Donithan holds a baby Koala she just rescued on Kangaroo Island on January 15, 2020. - On an island famed as Australia's "Galapagos" for its unique and abundant wildlife, rescuers are racing to save rare animals in a bushfire-ravaged landscape. The charred forest floor on Kangaroo Island is littered with corpses of animals incinerated by the blazes that swept through two weeks ago. (Photo by PETER PARKS / AFP) / TO GO WITH: Australia fire environment climate animal, FOCUS by Holly ROBERTSON
TO GO WITH: Australia fire environment climate animal, FOCUS by Holly ROBERTSON
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Humane Society International Crisis Response Specialist, Kelly Donithan carries a baby Koala she just rescued on Kangaroo Island on January 15, 2020. - On an island famed as Australia's "Galapagos" for its unique and abundant wildlife, rescuers are racing to save rare animals in a bushfire-ravaged landscape. The charred forest floor on Kangaroo Island is littered with corpses of animals incinerated by the blazes that swept through two weeks ago. (Photo by PETER PARKS / AFP) / TO GO WITH: Australia fire environment climate animal, FOCUS by Holly ROBERTSON
TO GO WITH: Australia fire environment climate animal, FOCUS by Holly ROBERTSON
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Humane Society International Crisis Response Specialist, Kelly Donithan (R) carries an injured Koala she just rescued with her team on Kangaroo Island on January 15, 2020. - On an island famed as Australia's "Galapagos" for its unique and abundant wildlife, rescuers are racing to save rare animals in a bushfire-ravaged landscape. The charred forest floor on Kangaroo Island is littered with corpses of animals incinerated by the blazes that swept through two weeks ago. (Photo by PETER PARKS / AFP) / TO GO WITH: Australia fire environment climate animal, FOCUS by Holly ROBERTSON
TO GO WITH: Australia fire environment climate animal, FOCUS by Holly ROBERTSON
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Humane Society International Crisis Response Specialist, Kelly Donithan (C) looks for injured wildlife in a burnt out forest on Kangaroo Island on January 15, 2020. - On an island famed as Australia's "Galapagos" for its unique and abundant wildlife, rescuers are racing to save rare animals in a bushfire-ravaged landscape. The charred forest floor on Kangaroo Island is littered with corpses of animals incinerated by the blazes that swept through two weeks ago. (Photo by PETER PARKS / AFP) / TO GO WITH: Australia fire environment climate animal, FOCUS by Holly ROBERTSON
TO GO WITH: Australia fire environment climate animal, FOCUS by Holly ROBERTSON
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Humane Society International Crisis Response Specialist, Kelly Donithan (R) and Evan Quartermain (L) look for injured wildlife in a burnt out forest on Kangaroo Island on January 15, 2020. - On an island famed as Australia's "Galapagos" for its unique and abundant wildlife, rescuers are racing to save rare animals in a bushfire-ravaged landscape. The charred forest floor on Kangaroo Island is littered with corpses of animals incinerated by the blazes that swept through two weeks ago. (Photo by PETER PARKS / AFP) / TO GO WITH: Australia fire environment climate animal, FOCUS by Holly ROBERTSON
TO GO WITH: Australia fire environment climate animal, FOCUS by Holly ROBERTSON
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A dead marsupial is seen in a burnt out forest on Kangaroo Island on January 15, 2020. - On an island famed as Australia's "Galapagos" for its unique and abundant wildlife, rescuers are racing to save rare animals in a bushfire-ravaged landscape. The charred forest floor on Kangaroo Island is littered with corpses of animals incinerated by the blazes that swept through two weeks ago. (Photo by PETER PARKS / AFP) / TO GO WITH: Australia fire environment climate animal, FOCUS by Holly ROBERTSON
TO GO WITH: Australia fire environment climate animal, FOCUS by Holly ROBERTSON
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A dead koala is seen in a burnt out forest on Kangaroo Island on January 15, 2020. - On an island famed as Australia's "Galapagos" for its unique and abundant wildlife, rescuers are racing to save rare animals in a bushfire-ravaged landscape. The charred forest floor on Kangaroo Island is littered with corpses of animals incinerated by the blazes that swept through two weeks ago. (Photo by PETER PARKS / AFP) / TO GO WITH: Australia fire environment climate animal, FOCUS by Holly ROBERTSON
TO GO WITH: Australia fire environment climate animal, FOCUS by Holly ROBERTSON
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A dead koala is seen in a burnt out forest on Kangaroo Island on January 15, 2020. - On an island famed as Australia's "Galapagos" for its unique and abundant wildlife, rescuers are racing to save rare animals in a bushfire-ravaged landscape. The charred forest floor on Kangaroo Island is littered with corpses of animals incinerated by the blazes that swept through two weeks ago. (Photo by PETER PARKS / AFP) / TO GO WITH: Australia fire environment climate animal, FOCUS by Holly ROBERTSON
TO GO WITH: Australia fire environment climate animal, FOCUS by Holly ROBERTSON
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A dead koala is seen in a burnt out forest on Kangaroo Island on January 15, 2020. - On an island famed as Australia's "Galapagos" for its unique and abundant wildlife, rescuers are racing to save rare animals in a bushfire-ravaged landscape. The charred forest floor on Kangaroo Island is littered with corpses of animals incinerated by the blazes that swept through two weeks ago. (Photo by PETER PARKS / AFP) / TO GO WITH: Australia fire environment climate animal, FOCUS by Holly ROBERTSON
TO GO WITH: Australia fire environment climate animal, FOCUS by Holly ROBERTSON
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A dead kangaroo is seen in a burnt out forest on Kangaroo Island on January 15, 2020. - On an island famed as Australia's "Galapagos" for its unique and abundant wildlife, rescuers are racing to save rare animals in a bushfire-ravaged landscape. The charred forest floor on Kangaroo Island is littered with corpses of animals incinerated by the blazes that swept through two weeks ago. (Photo by PETER PARKS / AFP) / TO GO WITH: Australia fire environment climate animal, FOCUS by Holly ROBERTSON
TO GO WITH: Australia fire environment climate animal, FOCUS by Holly ROBERTSON
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Humane Society International specialist Evan Quartermain (C) looks for injured wildlife in a burnt out forest on Kangaroo Island on January 15, 2020. - On an island famed as Australia's "Galapagos" for its unique and abundant wildlife, rescuers are racing to save rare animals in a bushfire-ravaged landscape. The charred forest floor on Kangaroo Island is littered with corpses of animals incinerated by the blazes that swept through two weeks ago. (Photo by PETER PARKS / AFP) / TO GO WITH: Australia fire environment climate animal, FOCUS by Holly ROBERTSON
TO GO WITH: Australia fire environment climate animal, FOCUS by Holly ROBERTSON
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A member of the Australian Defence Force picks up an injured Koala after it was treated for burns at a makeshift field hospital at the Kangaroo Island Wildlife Park on Kangaroo Island on January 14, 2020. - Hundreds of koalas have been rescued and brought to the park for treatment after bushfires ravaged the island off the south coast of Australia. (Photo by PETER PARKS / AFP)
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A member of the Australian Defence Force picks up an injured Koala after it was treated for burns at a makeshift field hospital at the Kangaroo Island Wildlife Park on Kangaroo Island on January 14, 2020. - Hundreds of koalas have been rescued and brought to the park for treatment after bushfires ravaged the island off the south coast of Australia. (Photo by PETER PARKS / AFP)
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A member of the Australian Defence Force prepares to pick up an injured Koala after it was treated for burns at a makeshift field hospital at the Kangaroo Island Wildlife Park on Kangaroo Island on January 14, 2020. - Hundreds of koalas have been rescued and brought to the park for treatment after bushfires ravaged the island off the south coast of Australia. (Photo by PETER PARKS / AFP)
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An injured Koala is looked at by a vet after it was treated for burns at a makeshift field hospital at the Kangaroo Island Wildlife Park on Kangaroo Island on January 14, 2020. - Hundreds of koalas have been rescued and brought to the park for treatment after bushfires ravaged the island off the south coast of Australia. (Photo by PETER PARKS / AFP)
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An injured Koala is looked at by a vet after it was treated for burns at a makeshift field hospital at the Kangaroo Island Wildlife Park on Kangaroo Island on January 14, 2020. - Hundreds of koalas have been rescued and brought to the park for treatment after bushfires ravaged the island off the south coast of Australia. (Photo by PETER PARKS / AFP)
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An injured Koala is being treated for burns by a vet at a makeshift field hospital at the Kangaroo Island Wildlife Park on Kangaroo Island on January 14, 2020. - Hundreds of koalas have been rescued and brought to the park for treatment after bushfires ravaged the island off the south coast of Australia. (Photo by PETER PARKS / AFP)
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An injured Koala is being treated for burns by, vet Peter Hutchison (L) at a makeshift field hospital at the Kangaroo Island Wildlife Park on Kangaroo Island on January 14, 2020. - Hundreds of koalas have been rescued and brought to the park for treatment after bushfires ravaged the island off the south coast of Australia. (Photo by PETER PARKS / AFP)
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An injured Koala is being treated for burns by a vet at a makeshift field hospital at the Kangaroo Island Wildlife Park on Kangaroo Island on January 14, 2020. - Hundreds of koalas have been rescued and brought to the park for treatment after bushfires ravaged the island off the south coast of Australia. (Photo by PETER PARKS / AFP)
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TOPSHOT An injured Koala is being treated for burns by a vet at a makeshift field hospital at the Kangaroo Island Wildlife Park on Kangaroo Island on January 14, 2020. - Hundreds of koalas have been rescued and brought to the park for treatment after bushfires ravaged the island off the south coast of Australia. (Photo by PETER PARKS / AFP)
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An injured Koala is being treated for burns by a vet at a makeshift field hospital at the Kangaroo Island Wildlife Park on Kangaroo Island on January 14, 2020. - Hundreds of koalas have been rescued and brought to the park for treatment after bushfires ravaged the island off the south coast of Australia. (Photo by PETER PARKS / AFP)
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An injured Koala waits to be treated for burns at a makeshift field hospital at the Kangaroo Island Wildlife Park on Kangaroo Island on January 14, 2020. - Hundreds of koalas have been rescued and brought to the park for treatment after bushfires ravaged the island off the south coast of Australia. (Photo by PETER PARKS / AFP)
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An injured Koala waits to be treated for burns at a makeshift field hospital at the Kangaroo Island Wildlife Park on Kangaroo Island on January 14, 2020. - Hundreds of koalas have been rescued and brought to the park for treatment after bushfires ravaged the island off the south coast of Australia. (Photo by PETER PARKS / AFP)
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Sedated Koalas sleep in baskets after being treated at a makeshift field hospital at the Kangaroo Island Wildlife Park on Kangaroo Island on January 14, 2020. - Hundreds of koalas have been rescued and brought to the park for treatment after bushfires ravaged the island off the south coast of Australia. (Photo by PETER PARKS / AFP)
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An orphaned baby Koala sits on the shoulder of a vet at a makeshift field hospital at the Kangaroo Island Wildlife Park on Kangaroo Island on January 14, 2020. - Hundreds of koalas have been rescued and brought to the park for treatment after bushfires ravaged the island off the south coast of Australia. (Photo by PETER PARKS / AFP)
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An injured Koala is being treated at a makeshift field hospital at the Kangaroo Island Wildlife Park on Kangaroo Island on January 14, 2020. - Hundreds of koalas have been rescued and brought to the park for treatment after bushfires ravaged the island off the south coast of Australia. (Photo by PETER PARKS / AFP)
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An injured Koala is being treated at a makeshift field hospital at the Kangaroo Island Wildlife Park on Kangaroo Island on January 14, 2020. - Hundreds of koalas have been rescued and brought to the park for treatment after bushfires ravaged the island off the south coast of Australia. (Photo by PETER PARKS / AFP)
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Sandstone sculptures by local fire captain Ron Threlfall show scenes of distress, Monday, Jan. 13, 2020, in Nerrigundah, Australia, that many residents of the town may have felt as a wildfire ripped through the town on New Year's Eve. The tiny village of Nerrigundah in New South Wales has been among the hardest hit by Australia's devastating wildfires, with about two thirds of the homes destroyed and a 71-year-old man killed. (AP Photo/Rick Rycroft)
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Two brick fireplaces are all that are left of a historic town store at Nerrigundah, Australia, Monday, Jan. 13, 2020, after a wildfire ripped through the town on New Year's Eve. The tiny village of Nerrigundah in New South Wales has been among the hardest hit by Australia's devastating wildfires, with about two thirds of the homes destroyed and a 71-year-old man killed. (AP Photo/Rick Rycroft)
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Sandstone sculptures by local fire captain Ron Threlfall show scenes of distress, Monday, Jan. 13, 2020, in Nerrigundah, Australia, that many residents of the town may have felt as a wildfire ripped through the town on New Year's Eve. The tiny village of Nerrigundah in New South Wales has been among the hardest hit by Australia's devastating wildfires, with about two thirds of the homes destroyed and a 71-year-old man killed. (AP Photo/Rick Rycroft)
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Sandstone sculptures by local fire captain Ron Threlfall show scenes of distress, Monday, Jan. 13, 2020, in Nerrigundah, Australia, that many residents of the town may have felt as a wildfire ripped through the town on New Year's Eve. The tiny village of Nerrigundah in New South Wales has been among the hardest hit by Australia's devastating wildfires, with about two thirds of the homes destroyed and a 71-year-old man killed. (AP Photo/Rick Rycroft)
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A lawn mower is barely recognizable after a fire destroyed a home at Nerrigundah, Australia, Monday, Jan. 13, 2020, after a wildfire ripped through the town on New Year's Eve. The tiny village of Nerrigundah in New South Wales has been among the hardest hit by Australia's devastating wildfires, with about two thirds of the homes destroyed and a 71-year-old man killed. (AP Photo/Rick Rycroft)
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The property of Lyle Stewart is razed to the ground at Nerrigundah, Australia, Monday, Jan. 13, 2020, after a wildfire ripped through the town on New Year's Eve. The tiny village of Nerrigundah in New South Wales has been among the hardest hit by Australia's devastating wildfires, with about two thirds of the homes destroyed and a 71-year-old man killed. (AP Photo/Sam McNeil)
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Properties at Nerrigundah, Australia, Monday, Jan. 13, 2020, are damaged and destroyed after a wildfire ripped through the town on New Year's Eve. The tiny village of Nerrigundah in New South Wales has been among the hardest hit by Australia's devastating wildfires, with about two thirds the homes destroyed and a 71-year-old man killed. (AP Photo/Sam McNeil)
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Properties at Nerrigundah, Australia, Monday, Jan. 13, 2020, are damaged and destroyed after a wildfire ripped through the town on New Year's Eve. The tiny village of Nerrigundah in New South Wales has been among the hardest hit by Australia's devastating wildfires, with about two thirds the homes destroyed and a 71-year-old man killed. (AP Photo/Sam McNeil)
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The home of Colin Brennan is razed to the ground at Nerrigundah, Australia, Monday, Jan. 13, 2020, after a wildfire ripped through the town on New Year's Eve. The tiny village of Nerrigundah in New South Wales has been among the hardest hit by Australia's devastating wildfires, with about two thirds the homes destroyed and a 71-year-old man killed. (AP Photo/Sam McNeil)
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A property at Nerrigundah, Australia, Monday, Jan. 13, 2020, is destroyed after a wildfire ripped through the town on New Year's Eve. The tiny village of Nerrigundah in New South Wales has been among the hardest hit by Australia's devastating wildfires, with about two thirds of the homes destroyed and a 71-year-old man killed. (AP Photo/Sam McNeil)
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Bushlands at Nerrigundah, Australia, Monday, Jan. 13, 2020, are severely burned after a wildfire ripped through the town on New Year's Eve. The tiny village of Nerrigundah in New South Wales has been among the hardest hit by Australia's devastating wildfires, with about two thirds of the homes destroyed and a 71-year-old man killed. (AP Photo/Sam McNeil)
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A chalk inscription on the pavement reads "Stop Adani - Australia is on fire - 1,5 billion dead animals" near the headquarters of German industrial giant Siemens, on January 13, 2020. - Siemens boss Joe Kaeser had announced Sunday, January 12, 2020 that the German conglomerate has decided to remain involved in a controversial coal mining project in Australia, despite massive environmental criticism as the country faces unprecedented bushfires. (Photo by Christof STACHE / AFP)
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The headquarters of German industrial giant Siemens is pictured on January 13, 2020 in Munich, southern Germany. - Siemens boss Joe Kaeser had announced Sunday, January 12, 2020 that the German conglomerate has decided to remain involved in a controversial coal mining project in Australia, despite massive environmental criticism as the country faces unprecedented bushfires. (Photo by Christof STACHE / AFP)
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The headquarters of German industrial giant Siemens is pictured on January 13, 2020 in Munich, southern Germany. - Siemens boss Joe Kaeser had announced Sunday, January 12, 2020 that the German conglomerate has decided to remain involved in a controversial coal mining project in Australia, despite massive environmental criticism as the country faces unprecedented bushfires. (Photo by Christof STACHE / AFP)
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(200113) -- CANBERRA, Jan. 13, 2020 (Xinhua) -- Photo taken on Jan. 12, 2020 shows a burnt pick-up truck left by bushfires in the village of Wingello, about one and a half hour drive from Canberra, capital of Australia. At least 28 people have died and more than 2,000 homes have been destroyed across the country in bushfires in Australia. (Photo by Chu Chen/Xinhua)
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(200113) -- CANBERRA, Jan. 13, 2020 (Xinhua) -- Photo taken on Jan. 12, 2020 shows burnt trees left by bushfires in the village of Wingello, about one and a half hour drive from Canberra, capital of Australia. At least 28 people have died and more than 2,000 homes have been destroyed across the country in bushfires in Australia. (Photo by Chu Chen/Xinhua)
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(200113) -- CANBERRA, Jan. 13, 2020 (Xinhua) -- Photo taken on Jan. 12, 2020 shows burnt trees left by bushfires in the village of Wingello, about one and a half hour drive from Canberra, capital of Australia. At least 28 people have died and more than 2,000 homes have been destroyed across the country in bushfires in Australia. (Photo by Chu Chen/Xinhua)
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(200113) -- CANBERRA, Jan. 13, 2020 (Xinhua) -- Photo taken on Jan. 12, 2020 shows ruins left by bushfires in the village of Wingello, about one and a half hour drive from Canberra, capital of Australia. At least 28 people have died and more than 2,000 homes have been destroyed across the country in bushfires in Australia. (Photo by Chu Chen/Xinhua)
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(200113) -- CANBERRA, Jan. 13, 2020 (Xinhua) -- Photo taken on Jan. 12, 2020 shows burnt trees left by bushfires in the village of Wingello, about one and a half hour drive from Canberra, capital of Australia. At least 28 people have died and more than 2,000 homes have been destroyed across the country in bushfires in Australia. (Photo by Chu Chen/Xinhua)
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(200113) -- CANBERRA, Jan. 13, 2020 (Xinhua) -- Photo taken on Jan. 12, 2020 shows ruins left by bushfires in the village of Wingello, about one and a half hour drive from Canberra, capital of Australia. At least 28 people have died and more than 2,000 homes have been destroyed across the country in bushfires in Australia. (Photo by Chu Chen/Xinhua)
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(200113) -- CANBERRA, Jan. 13, 2020 (Xinhua) -- Photo taken on Jan. 12, 2020 shows ruins left by bushfires in the village of Wingello, about one and a half hour drive from Canberra, capital of Australia. At least 28 people have died and more than 2,000 homes have been destroyed across the country in bushfires in Australia. (Photo by Chu Chen/Xinhua)
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(200113) -- CANBERRA, Jan. 13, 2020 (Xinhua) -- Photo taken on Jan. 12, 2020 shows ruins left by bushfires in the village of Wingello, about one and a half hour drive from Canberra, capital of Australia. At least 28 people have died and more than 2,000 homes have been destroyed across the country in bushfires in Australia. (Photo by Chu Chen/Xinhua)
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(200113) -- CANBERRA, Jan. 13, 2020 (Xinhua) -- Photo taken on Jan. 12, 2020 shows ruins left by bushfires in the village of Wingello, about one and a half hour drive from Canberra, capital of Australia. At least 28 people have died and more than 2,000 homes have been destroyed across the country in bushfires in Australia. (Photo by Chu Chen/Xinhua)
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(200113) -- CANBERRA, Jan. 13, 2020 (Xinhua) -- Photo taken on Jan. 12, 2020 shows burnt houses left by bushfires in the village of Wingello, about one and a half hour drive from Canberra, capital of Australia. At least 28 people have died and more than 2,000 homes have been destroyed across the country in bushfires in Australia. (Photo by Chu Chen/Xinhua)
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(200113) -- CANBERRA, Jan. 13, 2020 (Xinhua) -- Photo taken on Jan. 12, 2020 shows ruins left by bushfires in the village of Wingello, about one and a half hour drive from Canberra, capital of Australia. At least 28 people have died and more than 2,000 homes have been destroyed across the country in bushfires in Australia. (Photo by Chu Chen/Xinhua)
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(200113) -- CANBERRA, Jan. 13, 2020 (Xinhua) -- Photo taken on Jan. 12, 2020 shows ruins left by bushfires in the village of Wingello, about one and a half hour drive from Canberra, capital of Australia. At least 28 people have died and more than 2,000 homes have been destroyed across the country in bushfires in Australia. (Photo by Chu Chen/Xinhua)
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(200113) -- CANBERRA, Jan. 13, 2020 (Xinhua) -- Photo taken on Jan. 12, 2020 shows ruins left by bushfires in the village of Wingello, about one and a half hour drive from Canberra, capital of Australia. At least 28 people have died and more than 2,000 homes have been destroyed across the country in bushfires in Australia. (Photo by Chu Chen/Xinhua)
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(200113) -- CANBERRA, Jan. 13, 2020 (Xinhua) -- Photo taken on Jan. 12, 2020 shows a burnt car left by bushfires in the village of Wingello, about one and a half hour drive from Canberra, capital of Australia. At least 28 people have died and more than 2,000 homes have been destroyed across the country in bushfires in Australia. (Photo by Chu Chen/Xinhua)
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(200113) -- CANBERRA, Jan. 13, 2020 (Xinhua) -- Photo taken on Jan. 12, 2020 shows a burnt tractor left by bushfires in the village of Wingello, about one and a half hour drive from Canberra, capital of Australia. At least 28 people have died and more than 2,000 homes have been destroyed across the country in bushfires in Australia. (Photo by Chu Chen/Xinhua)
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A bulldozer operated by the Forestry Corporation works at building a containment line at a fire near Bodalla, Australia, Sunday, Jan. 12, 2020. Authorities are using relatively benign conditions forecast in southeast Australia for a week or more to consolidate containment lines around scores of fires that are likely to burn for weeks without heavy rainfall. (AP Photo/Rick Rycroft)
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A firefighter kicks at a log while helping to build a containment line at a fire near Bodalla, Australia, Sunday, Jan. 12, 2020. Authorities are using relatively benign conditions forecast in southeast Australia for a week or more to consolidate containment lines around scores of fires that are likely to burn for weeks without heavy rainfall. (AP Photo/Rick Rycroft)
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A bulldozer operated by the Forestry Corporation works at building a containment line at a wildfire near Bodalla, Australia, Sunday, Jan. 12, 2020. Authorities are using relatively benign conditions forecast in southeast Australia for a week or more to consolidate containment lines around scores of fires that are likely to burn for weeks without heavy rainfall. (AP Photo/Rick Rycroft)
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A bulldozer operated by the Forestry Corporation works at building a containment line at a wildfire near Bodalla, Australia, Sunday, Jan. 12, 2020. Authorities are using relatively benign conditions forecast in southeast Australia for a week or more to consolidate containment lines around scores of fires that are likely to burn for weeks without heavy rainfall. (AP Photo/Rick Rycroft)
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Flames from a controlled fire burn up tree trunks as firefighters work at building a containment line at a wildfire near Bodalla, Australia, Sunday, Jan. 12, 2020. Authorities are using relatively benign conditions forecast in southeast Australia for a week or more to consolidate containment lines around scores of fires that are likely to burn for weeks without heavy rainfall. (AP Photo/Rick Rycroft)
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Firefighters patrol a controlled fire as they work at building a containment line at a wildfire near Bodalla, Australia, Sunday, Jan. 12, 2020. Authorities are using relatively benign conditions forecast in southeast Australia for a week or more to consolidate containment lines around scores of fires that are likely to burn for weeks without heavy rainfall. (AP Photo/Rick Rycroft)
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A firefighter keeps an eye on a controlled fire as they work at building a containment line at a wildfire near Bodalla, Australia, Sunday, Jan. 12, 2020. Authorities are using relatively benign conditions forecast in southeast Australia for a week or more to consolidate containment lines around scores of fires that are likely to burn for weeks without heavy rainfall. (AP Photo/Rick Rycroft)
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Firefighters patrol a controlled fire as they work at building a containment line at a wildfire near Bodalla, Australia, Sunday, Jan. 12, 2020. Authorities are using relatively benign conditions forecast in southeast Australia for a week or more to consolidate containment lines around scores of fires that are likely to burn for weeks without heavy rainfall. (AP Photo/Rick Rycroft)
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A firefighter patrols a controlled fire as they work at building a containment line at a wildfire near Bodalla, Australia, Sunday, Jan. 12, 2020. Authorities are using relatively benign conditions forecast in southeast Australia for a week or more to consolidate containment lines around scores of fires that are likely to burn for weeks without heavy rainfall. (AP Photo/Rick Rycroft)
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Firefighter Mick Stain eats a moth larvae called a witchetty grub as he helps patrol a controlled fire as they work at building a containment line at a wildfire near Bodalla, Australia, Sunday, Jan. 12, 2020. Authorities are using relatively benign conditions forecast in southeast Australia for a week or more to consolidate containment lines around scores of fires that are likely to burn for weeks without heavy rainfall. (AP Photo/Rick Rycroft)
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Firefighter Mick Stain eats a moth larvae called a witchetty grub as he helps patrol a controlled fire as they work at building a containment line at a wildfire near Bodalla, Australia, Sunday, Jan. 12, 2020. Authorities are using relatively benign conditions forecast in southeast Australia for a week or more to consolidate containment lines around scores of fires that are likely to burn for weeks without heavy rainfall. (AP Photo/Rick Rycroft)
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A bulldozer operator that goes by the name "Emu" climbs on his dozer as he works at building a containment line at a fire near Bodalla, Australia, Sunday, Jan. 12, 2020. Authorities are using relatively benign conditions forecast in southeast Australia for a week or more to consolidate containment lines around scores of fires that are likely to burn for weeks without heavy rainfall. (AP Photo/Rick Rycroft)
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Forestry Corporation workers Dale McLean, right, and Holly James eat a moth larvae called a witchetty grub offered to them by firefighter Mick Stain, center, as they help patrol a controlled fire as they work at building a containment line at a wildfire near Bodalla, Australia, Sunday, Jan. 12, 2020. Authorities are using relatively benign conditions forecast in southeast Australia for a week or more to consolidate containment lines around scores of fires that are likely to burn for weeks without heavy rainfall. (AP Photo/Rick Rycroft)
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A bulldozer operated by the Forestry Corporation works at building a containment line at a wildfire near Bodalla, Australia, Sunday, Jan. 12, 2020. Authorities are using relatively benign conditions forecast in southeast Australia for a week or more to consolidate containment lines around scores of fires that are likely to burn for weeks without heavy rainfall. (AP Photo/Rick Rycroft)
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Forestry Corporation worker Holly James keeps an eye on a controlled fire set to help build a containment line at a wildfire near Bodalla, Australia, Sunday, Jan. 12, 2020. Authorities are using relatively benign conditions forecast in southeast Australia for a week or more to consolidate containment lines around scores of fires that are likely to burn for weeks without heavy rainfall. (AP Photo/Rick Rycroft)
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A firefighter patrols a controlled fire as they work at building a containment line at a wildfire near Bodalla, Australia, Sunday, Jan. 12, 2020. Authorities are using relatively benign conditions forecast in southeast Australia for a week or more to consolidate containment lines around scores of fires that are likely to burn for weeks without heavy rainfall. (AP Photo/Rick Rycroft)
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Forestry Corportaion worker Dale McLean patrols a controlled fire as they work at building a containment line at a wildfire near Bodalla, Australia, Sunday, Jan. 12, 2020. Authorities are using relatively benign conditions forecast in southeast Australia for a week or more to consolidate containment lines around scores of fires that are likely to burn for weeks without heavy rainfall. (AP Photo/Rick Rycroft)
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Flames from a controlled fire burn around trees as firefighters work at building a containment line at a wildfire near Bodalla, Australia, Sunday, Jan. 12, 2020. Authorities are using relatively benign conditions forecast in southeast Australia for a week or more to consolidate containment lines around scores of fires that are likely to burn for weeks without heavy rainfall. (AP Photo/Rick Rycroft)
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A helicopter prepares to drop water on a wildfire that burns in the hills near Cobargo, Australia, Sunday, Jan. 12, 2020. Authorities are using relatively benign conditions forecast in southeast Australia for a week or more to consolidate containment lines around scores of fires that are likely to burn for weeks without heavy rainfall. (AP Photo/Rick Rycroft)
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A wildfire burns in the hills near Cobargo, Australia, Sunday, Jan. 12, 2020. Authorities are using relatively benign conditions forecast in southeast Australia for a week or more to consolidate containment lines around scores of fires that are likely to burn for weeks without heavy rainfall. (AP Photo/Rick Rycroft)
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(200113) -- CANBERRA, Jan. 13, 2020 (Xinhua) -- Photo taken on Jan. 12, 2020 shows a burnt pick-up truck left by bushfires in the village of Wingello, about one and a half hour drive from Canberra, capital of Australia. At least 28 people have died and more than 2,000 homes have been destroyed across the country in bushfires in Australia. (Photo by Chu Chen/Xinhua) Xinhua News Agency / eyevine
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Australia, Tumbarumba, 11 January 2020 A sulphur crested cockatoo feather sits on scorched earth from a fire on December 31, 2020. This was taken on the property of local man Neil Hamilton. Three large fires (Dunns Road, East Ournie Creek and Green Valley) merged threatening the alpine region around Tumbarumba, NSW. The town had previously been hit on December 31st, 2019 by a large fire causing a great deal of property loss. Australie, Tumbarumba, 11 janvier 2020 Une plume de cacatocs r crete soufree repose sur la terre br?lee par un incendie le 31 decembre 2020. Elle a ete prise sur la propriete d'un homme du coin, Neil Hamilton. Trois grands incendies (Dunns Road, East Ournie Creek et Green Valley) ont fusionne, mena?ant la region alpine autour de Tumbarumba, en Nouvelle-Galles du Sud. La ville avait dejr ete frappee le 31 decembre 2019 par un grand incendie qui avait cause de nombreuses pertes materielles. David Maurice Smith / Oculi / Agence VU
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Australia, Tumbarumba, 11 January 2020 A portrait of Neil Hamilton (aged 59 years) on his property that was scorched by a fire on December 31, 2020. Pictured is his dog Max, a working dog who up until the fire had never been inside the house and now sleeps in the house every night within arms reach of Neil. Three large fires (Dunns Road, East Ournie Creek and Green Valley) merged threatening the alpine region around Tumbarumba, NSW. The town had previously been hit on December 31st, 2019 by a large fire causing a great deal of property loss. Australie, Tumbarumba, 11 janvier 2020 Un portrait de Neil Hamilton (59 ans) sur sa propriete qui a ete br?lee par un incendie le 31 decembre 2020. Sur la photo, on voit son chien Max, un "working dog" qui, jusqu'r l'incendie, n'avait jamais ete r l'interieur de la maison et qui dort maintenant dans la maison chaque nuit r portee de main de Neil. Trois grands incendies (Dunns Road, East Ournie Creek et Green Valley) ont fusionne, mena?ant la region alpine autour de Tumbarumba, en Nouvelle-Galles du Sud. La ville avait dejr ete frappee le 31 decembre 2019 par un grand incendie qui avait cause de nombreuses pertes materielles. David Maurice Smith / Oculi / Agence VU
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Australia, Tumbarumba, 11 January 2020 A local man observes a fire on the outskirts of Tumbarumba which threatened the town. Three large fires (Dunns Road, East Ournie Creek and Green Valley) merged threatening the alpine region around Tumbarumba, NSW. The town had previously been hit on December 31st, 2019 by a large fire causing a great deal of property loss. Australie, Tumbarumba, 11 janvier 2020 Un homme de la region observe l'incendie qui menace la ville r la peripherie de Tumbarumba. Trois grands incendies (Dunns Road, East Ournie Creek et Green Valley) ont fusionne, mena?ant la region alpine autour de Tumbarumba, NSW. La ville avait dejr ete frappee le 31 decembre 2019 par un grand incendie qui avait cause de nombreuses pertes materielles. David Maurice Smith / Oculi / Agence VU
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Australia, Tumbarumba, 11 January 2020 Rural fire service volunteers attending to a fire on the outskirts of Tumbarumba which threatened the town. Three large fires (Dunns Road, East Ournie Creek and Green Valley) merged threatening the alpine region around Tumbarumba, NSW. The town had previously been hit on December 31st, 2019 by a large fire causing a great deal of property loss. Australie, Tumbarumba, 11 janvier 2020 Des volontaires des services d'incendie ruraux s'occupant d'un incendie r la peripherie de Tumbarumba qui a menace la ville. Trois grands incendies (Dunns Road, East Ournie Creek et Green Valley) ont fusionne, mena?ant la region alpine autour de Tumbarumba, en Nouvelle-Galles du Sud. La ville avait dejr ete frappee le 31 decembre 2019 par un grand incendie qui avait cause de nombreuses pertes materielles. David Maurice Smith / Oculi / Agence VU
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Australia, Tumbarumba, 11 January 2020 A set of power lines suspended off the ground after the power pole holding them up burned from a fire on December 31, 2020. The lines were on the property of local man Neil Hamilton. Three large fires (Dunns Road, East Ournie Creek and Green Valley) merged threatening the alpine region around Tumbarumba, NSW. The town had previously been hit on December 31st, 2019 by a large fire causing a great deal of property loss. Australie, Tumbarumba, 11 janvier 2020 Un ensemble de lignes electriques suspendues au sol aprcs que le poteau electrique qui les soutenait ait br?le lors d'un incendie le 31 decembre 2020. Les lignes etaient sur la propriete d'un homme du coin, Neil Hamilton. Trois grands incendies (Dunns Road, East Ournie Creek et Green Valley) ont fusionne, mena?ant la region alpine autour de Tumbarumba, en Nouvelle-Galles du Sud. La ville avait dejr ete frappee le 31 decembre 2019 par un grand incendie qui avait cause de nombreuses pertes materielles. David Maurice Smith / Oculi / Agence VU
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Australia, Tumbarumba, 11 January 2020 A Rural Fire Service truck pulls out of a valley after attending to a fire on the outskirts of Tumbarumba which threatened the town. Three large fires (Dunns Road, East Ournie Creek and Green Valley) merged threatening the alpine region around Tumbarumba, NSW. The town had previously been hit on December 31st, 2019 by a large fire causing a great del of property loss. Australie, Tumbarumba, 11 janvier 2020 Un camion du service d'incendie rural se retire d'une vallee aprcs s'etre occupe d'un incendie r la peripherie de Tumbarumba qui mena?ait la ville. Trois grands incendies (Dunns Road, East Ournie Creek et Green Valley) ont fusionne, mena?ant la region alpine autour de Tumbarumba, en Nouvelle-Galles du Sud. La ville avait dejr ete frappee le 31 decembre 2019 par un grand incendie qui avait cause de grandes pertes materielles. David Maurice Smith / Oculi / Agence VU
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Australia, Tumbarumba, 11 January 2020 Rural Fire fighter Trevor Stewart watches a plane approach set to drop retardent on a fire on the outskirts of Tumbarumba which threatened the town. Three large fires (Dunns Road, East Ournie Creek and Green Valley) merged threatening the alpine region around Tumbarumba, NSW. The town had previously been hit on December 31st, 2019 by a large fire causing a great deal of property loss. Australie, Tumbarumba, 11 janvier 2020 Trevor Stewart, pompier rural, regarde un avion s'approcher pour larguer un retardateur sur un incendie r la peripherie de Tumbarumba qui mena?ait la ville. Trois grands incendies (Dunns Road, East Ournie Creek et Green Valley) ont fusionne, mena?ant la region alpine autour de Tumbarumba, NSW. La ville avait dejr ete frappee le 31 decembre 2019 par un grand incendie qui avait cause de nombreuses pertes materielles. David Maurice Smith / Oculi / Agence VU
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Australia, Tumbarumba, 11 January 2020 Lloyd Mildren (left aged 64 years) and his wife Lucy Mildren 9aged 58 years) look through their property for the first time after it was destroyed by a bushfire on December 31st, 2020. Lloyd has bandages on his hands he suffered from radiant heat during the fire. Three large fires (Dunns Road, East Ournie Creek and Green Valley) merged threatening the alpine region around Tumbarumba, NSW. The town had previously been hit on December 31st, 2019 by a large fire causing a great deal of property loss. Australie, Tumbarumba, 11 janvier 2020 Lloyd Mildren (r gauche, 64 ans) et sa femme Lucy Mildren (9 ans, 58 ans) decouvrent leur propriete pour la premicre fois aprcs qu'elle ait ete detruite par un feu de brousse le 31 decembre 2020. Lloyd a des bandages sur les mains car il a subi les effets de la chaleur rayonnante lors de l'incendie. Trois grands incendies (Dunns Road, East Ournie Creek et Green Valley) ont fusionne, mena?ant la region alpine autour de Tumbarumba, NSW. La ville avait dejr ete frappee le 31 decembre 2019 par un grand incendie qui avait cause de nombreuses pertes materielles. David Maurice Smith / Oculi / Agence VU
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A plume of smoke rises from fire in a huge wood chip pile at a mill in Eden, Australia, Saturday, Jan. 11, 2020. The chips caught alight after nearby wildfires sparked the blaze. (AP Photo/Rick Rycroft), APTOPIX
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Sheep graze in a field shrouded with smoke haze near at Burragate, Australia, Saturday, Jan. 11, 2020. Wildfires continue to burn after warm dry weather hastened an early fire season in Australia. (AP Photo/Rick Rycroft), APTOPIX
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A plume of smoke rises from a fire in a huge wood chip pile at a mill in Eden, Australia, Saturday, Jan. 11, 2020, after catching alight where nearby wildfires sparked the blaze. Authorities were assessing the damage after firefighters battled flames fanned by strong winds through the night and lightning strikes sparked new blazes in New South Wales and Victoria, Australia???s most populous states. Conditions were milder Saturday and forecast to remain relatively benign for the next week. (AP Photo/Rick Rycroft)
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Train passengers alight at the Katoomba railway station as fog mixed with bushfire smoke fills the sky in the Blue Mountains, some 75 kilometres from Sydney, on January 11, 2020. - Massive bushfires in southeastern Australia have a "long way to go", authorities have warned, even as colder conditions brought some relief to exhausted firefighter and communities. (Photo by SAEED KHAN / AFP)
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A car makes its way through thick fog mixed with bushfire smoke in the Ruined Castle area of the Blue Mountains, some 75 kilometres from Sydney, on January 11, 2020. - Massive bushfires in southeastern Australia have a "long way to go", authorities have warned, even as colder conditions brought some relief to exhausted firefighter and communities. (Photo by SAEED KHAN / AFP)
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Thick fog mixed with bushfire smoke fills the sky in the Ruined Castle area of the Blue Mountains, some 75 kilometres from Sydney, on January 11, 2020. - Massive bushfires in southeastern Australia have a "long way to go", authorities have warned, even as colder conditions brought some relief to exhausted firefighter and communities. (Photo by SAEED KHAN / AFP)
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Thick fog mixed with bushfire smoke fills the sky in the Ruined Castle area of the Blue Mountains, some 75 kilometres from Sydney, on January 11, 2020. - Massive bushfires in southeastern Australia have a "long way to go", authorities have warned, even as colder conditions brought some relief to exhausted firefighter and communities. (Photo by SAEED KHAN / AFP)
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A car makes its way through thick fog mixed with bushfire smoke in the Ruined Castle area of the Blue Mountains, some 75 kilometres from Sydney, on January 11, 2020. - Massive bushfires in southeastern Australia have a "long way to go", authorities have warned, even as colder conditions brought some relief to exhausted firefighter and communities. (Photo by SAEED KHAN / AFP)

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