30 comments

  • Abaas M.
    14 hours

    ياستار

  • Guillermo E.
    3 days

    A esque esto no es nuvo para este paiz estan acostumbrados a estos desastres

  • Maqbool A.
    3 days

    Auteria should kill more camels then face the revenge of nature?

  • Ingrid W.
    4 days

    They need to plant different trees. Eucalyptus produce lots of kindling when the bark falls off. They burn from the inside out and are impossible to extinguish

  • BedirHan N.
    5 days

    Öldürdükleri develerin ahı yaktı avusturalya yı

  • Syneth M.
    5 days

    🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏

  • Rose A.
    5 days

    To avoid bushfires...y not people help each other to remove dry leaves during hot season...if possible...suggesting only

  • Manha M.
    5 days

    May God Almighty have mercy🙏🏻🙏🏻🙏🏻

  • Lorrie B.
    5 days

    Why australia have always bushfires

  • Iswar K.
    6 days

    Fire barrier must be constructed.

  • Borrell L.
    6 days

    Perhaps making relocation a goal for those with more than enough to give should be the focus of charitable support... here in the states we have tornado alley...and its been named as such for over 100 years for obvious reasons...and yeah no one moves either they just rebuild and get demolished.

  • Iana L.
    6 days

    😢😢😢🙏🙏🙏🙏❤❤

  • Iman S.
    6 days

    Like a Hell

  • Armando D.
    6 days

    The Australian know better how to deal with it cos it was decadely happened. Why for decades they still no best solution how to prevent spreading the fire?

  • Tamsyn L.
    6 days

    Yes Australia has always had fires, but most of the ones mentioned here were over a day or a few days. The current fires started in October (mid Spring) and fires have been sparking and burning for months. The area of land burned so far is over 63,000 square kms, over THREE TIMES larger than Black Friday. https://www.bbc.com/news/world-australia-50980386

  • David H.
    7 days

    it is nature for you - fire brings new life. Sadly, humanoids never learn and they keep building their homes in flood and fire areas. then whine and ask for help

  • Tata F.
    7 days

    Hanguskan.

  • Anita L.
    01/18/2020 01:19

    Yes. We all know that. It’s totally normal for that forest to burn down. It is part of its survival. Everything comes back quick and then renews itself when it’s time again. It’s not the only forest in the world that burns either. A forest needs the fire to survive.

  • If E.
    01/17/2020 22:31

    Hold my beer.

  • Juan M.
    01/17/2020 19:00

    Muy irresponsables. Ya deberian tener un plan de manejo