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Carrots are being airdropped to help endangered wallabies after Australia bushfires

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Wildfires have been devastating much of Australia since September, with animals being among the hardest hit. Experts estimate that over 1 billion animals have perished in the flames, and while the flames are an initial threat to many, others are perishing well after the flames have subsided due to lack of food and water as a result of drought. 

The endangered brush-tailed rock-wallaby population of New South Wales is among those facing food and water shortages, and the government has decided to intervene by arranging an airdrop of thousands of pounds of vegetables to fire-affected areas as part of ‘Operation Rock Wallaby.’