Thousands of veggies airdropped for animals affected by Australia fires

Thousands of vegetables were dropped from helicopters to help hungry animals affected by bushfires in the Blue Mountains National Park, to the west of Sydney, on Monday. According to NSW Minister of Energy and Environment Matt Kean, 'Operation Rock Wallaby' has already dropped over 1,000 kilogrammes (2,200 pounds) of carrots and sweet potatoes in several areas in an effort to aid wildlife who... Еще have survived the fires, only to be left facing starvation due to the devastation. At least 27 people and around half a billion animals have reportedly died since a record-breaking heatwave triggered the fires in Australia in September, with around 5,000,000 hectares (12,355,269 acres) so far being affected. MANDATORY CREDIT: NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service

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