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The extent of Australia’s wildlfires in 5 consequences

They’ve been raging for four months now, and they’re showing no signs of stopping. This is the extent of Australia’s wildfires in 5 consequences.

01/03/2020 7:30 PMupdated: 01/03/2020 7:32 PM
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  • Mishell M.
    01/15/2020 17:04

    You (author) forgot to mention added carbon dioxide or other chems that will fasten climate change.

  • Nugroho S.
    01/14/2020 08:24

    Poor koala

  • Allan N.
    01/08/2020 08:21

    THAT'S A NATIONAL DISASTER!! 58.000 Τ ΧΙΛΙΌΜΕΤΡΑ ΧΑΘΗΚΑΝ ΚΑΙ ΑΚΟΜΑ ΔΕΝ ΤΕΛΕΊΩΣΑΜΕ!! 😥😥😥

  • Renate v.
    01/07/2020 17:37

    🔥 this catastrophe is apocalypse in this area but also very negative for our environment in the rest of the world 🔥 pollution, climate, drying out.. 🔥 But the Australien politic says : there is no climate change 🤨

  • Syed E.
    01/07/2020 14:13

    It’s heartbreaking seeing those poor animals 😥

  • Andreas R.
    01/07/2020 05:36

    In Chicago 30 people are shot at a weekend. Australia is also a war ally of the US. Australien forces went to Vietnam and Afghanistan and are complicit in the destruction of the Vietnamese rainforest. Perhaps Australia should spend more money in protecting their country than in destroying others. Following the US will get your own people get killed too.

  • Shaikh A.
    01/07/2020 03:52

    One reason people are killing inocent people for politcal benfit and nature is destorying and taking revenge have thought on this also.

  • Hanan A.
    01/06/2020 22:06

    شوفي هادي بيرت

  • Loreta L.
    01/06/2020 10:45

    🙏🙏🙏GOD PLEASE HELP THEM

  • Alicia D.
    01/06/2020 10:07

    https://www.facebook.com/donate/466018984334454/?fundraiser_source=external_url

  • Helen N.
    01/06/2020 02:48

    Beginning of our legacy to the future. ERA ANTHROPOCENE Carl Sagan was right.God Bless him always 🙏🙏🙏

  • Dorian A.
    01/05/2020 23:40

    https://www.7sur7.be/ecologie/la-these-des-incendies-criminels-en-australie-est-confirmee~a5d58123/?utm_source=facebook&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=socialsharing_web https://www.rtbf.be/info/societe/detail_en-australie-les-incendies-forment-des-nuages-qui-aggravent-les-incendies?id=10400433 Quand on lit vos commentaires on comprend mieux pourquoi l'ONU et l'OTAN veulent se débarrasser d'un grand nombre d'humains sur terre avant 2050 2100 Trop de bêtises dans vos petits cerveaux Les guerres Les carburants Guerres civiles Maladies Virus Incendies Inondations Tremblement de terre Tempêtes Températures Reconnaissance faciale Reconnaissance vocale Espionnage Etc... A qui profite le crime 🤔 à eux... Ondes ioniques provoquent des séismes volcans en éruptions tsunamis etc... Dites ondes de gravités! Nuages Asperatus recensé en 2009 utilisé par chemptrails pendant la guerre de Vietnam par l'ONU pour inonder les tunnels creusés par les vietnamiens qui tuaient les véritables ennemis et Il fait une couverture nuageux qui empêche la chaleur se disperser vers l'atmosphère lors d'incendie Iodures d'argent par chemptrails est donc utilisé pour inonder les terres agricoles à Bangkok Afrique du Sud centrale et Nord etc... Donc les seuls à détester sont l'ONU et l'OTAN Au moment il faudra choisir soit eux ou vous Il vous reste avant 2030 après tout ira vite

  • Diana L.
    01/05/2020 20:03

    Wild fires together with an arson problem.

  • Susan G.
    01/05/2020 19:19

    😢

  • Jaya B.
    01/05/2020 18:32

    Australia can afford to celebrate an extravagant new years eve but can't afford to control bushfire and save wildlife.

  • Isabel D.
    01/05/2020 17:29

    Omg..this is soooo sad.....

  • Raymund C.
    01/05/2020 14:17

    yet they can afford to have fireworks display during new year's eve 😤

  • Kashaf J.
    01/05/2020 13:35

    They have to construct several water channels through their forest to stop forest fire in future.

  • Nikhil T.
    01/05/2020 12:30

    Start cloud seeding process it's already too late😶

  • Marinelle B.
    01/05/2020 10:40

    Please help: 😢 https://www.animalsaustralia.org/ and www.redcross.org.au