For the Australians, September 2019 to March 2020 were particularly trying. They had to contend with the bushfires, which had a devastating effect on the country’s fauna and vegetation. The fires were raging over New South Wales.
Climate change in Australia was exacerbated by last year’s drought and wildfires. Farmers have had to deal with millions of dollars in damage due to the fires and floods.
Sadly, most of the wild creatures were severely damaged or died as a result of these massive flames. As far as we know, nearly 60,000 colas were affected by the disaster.
Meet Bear, a dog who saved over 100 koalas during the Australian bushfires
Many of them were spared only because of the heroic efforts of volunteer firefighters and other first responders. The team has a special member!
Bear, the only dog to save more than 100 kolas during the Blacksummer bushfires, is the only dog mentioned here.
After the 2019-2020 bushfires, he assisted in searching for kolas, who were missing. Do you know? He is the only specifically trained dog capable of finding them by sniffing kolas’ fur and excrement.
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