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January 11 2020
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A massive plume of smoke rises from one of the fires in Australia. Scientists estimate one billion animals have died in the flames.

I had goosebumps watching surreal footage of the mass evacuation of people stranded on the south-east Australian coast.

Once again, catastrophic bushfire conditions are bearing down on communities during increasingly horrific summers in Australia. It has been an unprecedented continuation of the horrendous bushfires that started as early as spring in south-east Queensland and northern New South Wales.

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