Australia Fires: Devastating Footage of Dead Animals Lining On The Side of Road
AUSTRALIA FIRES – Here is the devastating footage showing burnt animals lining on the side of the roads of Australia.
Due to the hot temperature and severe drought, Australia suffered a devastating bushfire for months now. More than 20 people and almost half a billion animals died in the fire.
In a previous article, Miss Universe 2018 Catriona Gray took to Instagram to ask for people’s prayers and donations to all the victims of the bushfires. She said, “The damage caused so far devastates me to my core.”
Kapamilya actor Paulo Avelino said his fellow actor Joshua Garcia offered a donation to the wildfire victims in Australia. He shared a screencap of Joshua’s donation to the charity. In the caption, he thanked the actor for being so generous.
“Thank you @iamjoshuagarcia (Joshua) for being a kind hearted soul not just locally but globally. Hindi lang tayo puro tanggap, tumutulong din tayo,” he wrote.
Based on a report from Time, the military has deployed aircraft and ships to bring relief goods to the towns affected by the fires. They also help the residents to evacuate.
Yesterday, Time shared disturbing footage on Twitter of the dead animals lining in the roads in Australia. The video will make you want to help fight climate change.
Watch the video below:
Dead animals line the roads in Australia, where fires continue to rage.
— TIME (@TIME) January 6, 2020
The disturbing video of the dead animals lining on the road broke the hearts of the netizens. Here are some of their comments on the post:
@ChimsMulumbi: “OH my God…Australia …One of worse situations in the world … we must stand up for our planet”
@viviniverse: “No.. This is so dreadful poor them all they don’t have ability to escape like human did, it’s human responsibility to save them.”
@pozsinho: “Oh man… It breaks my heart. Prayers for the people and wildlife of Australia!”
@gombos_nikolett: “a terrible and incomprehensible tragedy!”
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