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30 Pictures Of Deadly Wildfires In Australia Is Currently Going Through



We have all heard about the wildfires in Australia, even if you don’t follow the news, you will see it on social media. According to AP, the fires have destroyed about 14 million acres (21,875 square miles) of land so far, he died during it over half a billion animals, and Andrew Constance, the transport minister in New South Wales, compared that fire to an atomic bomb. Many volunteers have joined to help because there’s not enough manpower to fight the raging wildfires.

We have collected pictures of people who help, firefighters, and animals who lost their homes – Scroll down to see it.

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

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


#3 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


In a statement of Bored Panda, Ben Jameson, from Gold Coast, said there’s a whole lot of split when it comes to who to blame. The fire has devastated 80% of the houses in that community. “People are pretty angry, man. Angry at the leadership, because there is none. We have a prime minister who is so disconnected, he goes to the site of where there has been such devastating loss, to do what?!” said Ben. “Well the members of the community are there. But does he want to talk to them? No! He literally walks away from anyone that has something to say, anything.”

#4 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


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


“People are pleading, crying, desperately wanting to know what. Is going to do, where the help is, where is the support, where is the funding for the firefighters, where is the funding and support for the volunteer firefighters… So many of these firefighters are volunteers,” continued Ben. “You would think in a country such as ours, where we have had bushfires become a part of our identity almost, that we would have invested properly and have adequate equipment and sufficiently trained firefighters and enough of them. But no, instead against all advice from weather services about drought and rainfall conditions, and advice from fire services about the severity of predicted bushfire seasons, the government chose to cut funding to fire services, up to 39 million dollars. But who cares now. The people have been able to muster near that sum themselves. It’s almost as if we don’t need a government. The people are more than capable, and the people know.”

“Our government is so disconnected. And so heavily invested in coal and anti-climate change,” says the man. “Because that’s where the Liberal Party funding comes from: pro-coal, and anti-climate change business. It does not serve the Liberal Party well to divest from coal, and to talk about climate change.”

#6 Amazingly Surreal Photo Of The Bush Fire In Australia

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#7 Australian Firefight


“And don’t get me wrong. This won’t be every year. Sure we get bushfires. But there are a lot of serious global changes happening and lots of meteorological drivers. El Niño means we have such low rainfall at the moment. Drought conditions in so many towns lots of towns have run out of water. Cattle are dying, crops are dying,” continued Ben. “Sure, when La Niña years come around in their 4-ish year cycle we will experience more rain. But again, the severity of that rain will also be increased, our floods are going to get worse, our cyclones are going to get worse.”

“We’re a big country so we experience a lot of extreme weather from north, south, east, and west. But there have been flames 80m tall, the wind just blows it and blows it and it’s just unstoppable. The heat from these fires extends so far that firefighters cannot get close enough to put water anywhere near the flame…. it is out of control. They can’t be controlled. You’ve probably gathered that even I’m pretty angry about it.”

Ben’s housemate, Cerene Lowe, she started a fundraiser and managed to raise over 62,000 Australian dollars for the community – you can find it here.

#8 Exhausted Firefighters In Australia


#9 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


#10 Quite Literally Watching Your World Burn


#11 3D “Visualisation” Of The Fires In Australia, Made From Nasa Satellite Data

Anthony Hearsey

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


#13 So Tired


#14 Bushfire Evacuation


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


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


#17 6 Deaths. 2.2 Million Hectares Burnt. 680 Homes Destroyed. Countless Animals Lost. And No End In Sight…


#18 Australian Hillside Glows Like Lava After Being Consumed By Bushfire

FB/Melissa Ericksen

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


#20 Do You See This? This Is Our World. 4000 People Are Currently Sheltering From The Devastating Fires In Australia On A Beach. Photos Taken In Mallacoota In Victoria


#21 A Satellite Image Shows Wildfires Burning East Of Obrost, Victoria, Australia January 4, 2020

Maxar Technologies/Handout via REUTERS

#22 Australia Is Currently Engulfed By Bushfires … Almost 2000 Houses Have Been Burnt

IG/Martin Von Stoll

#23 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


#24 Over A 1000 People Forced Onto A Beach By Out Of Control Fires. They Are Surrounded With No Escape Except To Swim


#25 Apocalyptic Image Of Sydney’s Bush Fires


#26 Paracombe 34, Langley Rd Gumeracha, Cudlee Creek Bushfire, South Australia


#27 Australia Is One Of The First Countries To Ring In 2020, Here Is What We Are Waking Up To On The Last Day Of This Decade. Happy New Year.


#28 Australia Fired


#29 One Of The Hundred Of Homes Destroyed By The Australian Fires


#30 Australia Bush Fire


#31 No Filter. A Motel In Nsw Australia In Middle Of The Dayp


Source: Demilked / BoredPanda

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