How Much Damage the Fires Have Done to Australia. Then and now photos 

Nature is amazing and no one knows what it is going to give us next. Happy or sad…love or hatred ..last days Australia had to face the worst fire season that broke the record in Australia claimed in their history8.4 million hectares… The flames which consumed Australia for months have wiped out everything in entire towns including animals people and their homes. Since the start of the 2019 fire season, a staggering 10 million hectares have been burned across the country. It is an area larger than Scotland.

From this blaze in the New South Wales state, About half a billion animals have suffered, and millions of animals potentially dead, ecologists at the University of Sydney. Say that These numbers include birds, mammals, and reptiles. As the bats, Insects and frogs are excluded from this list, the true number must be higher than they found.

A Russian soviet politician Josef Stalin once said, “The death of one … is a tragedy. The death of millions is a statistic.” So, here is a list of before-and-after photos from the affected areas. And it will help you to comprehend the devastating destruction of the bushfires 

#1 Kangaroo Island

Around one-third of the island has been destroyed and a huge amount of koalas that are the only known chlamydia disease-free colony in Australia. And 2 lives lost, thousands evacuated, over 50 homes have destroyed. There are only 2 places accessible for anyone and that is Kingscote and Penneshaw which are the closest areas to the ferry 

And also In the Australian capital Canberra – an administrative region surrounded by New South Wales – the air quality was rated the third worst of all major global cities. Also, the weather forecast predicted very hot and dry conditions, with strong winds and thunderstorms. This increased further fire risk.

#2 Tathra Beach, NSW In Australia. Before And After The Smoke And Ash From Surrounding Fires Arrived. The Black Debris In The Bottom Photo Is Charred Wood And Ash Washed Up On The Shore

Tathra Beach, NSW in Australia. Before and after the smoke and ash from surrounding fires arrived. The black debris in the bottom photo is charred wood and ash washed up on the shore. from r/pics

Ecologists have concerned about the future of unique and endangered wildlife on Kangaroo Island as well. Thousands of koalas. have been already killed from bushfires there.

Fires on the island have destroyed 155,000 hectares of land, about one-third of the island’s entire area. Most blazes have hit biodiversity in western areas.

The Kangaroo Island Land for Wildlife organization has eight sites on private land where they protect various endangered species, including echidnas, dunnarts, goannas, and bandicoots the glossy black-cockatoos.

#3 Kangaroo Island

This property can be rebuilt some times as the best than the past. But how can gain the lives that burnt here 

#4 Mogo Wildlife Park

the animals in Mogo zoo they all were safe.

#5 2 Hours Before vs. 3 Days After. In Sarsfield, Victoria. The House Still Stands

The owner of this house can share their good ju-ju with the rest 

#6 Mallacoota Wharf

This is just so sad to see. Everything has become red and it’s horrifying to think about the feeling they have 

#7 Genoa Bridge

#8 Cobargo’s Historic Main Street

#9 Wildlife Sanctuary In Canberra, Before And After Fire

Though there haven’t been fires in Canberra. Smoke has settled 

#10 Before And After For One Australian Family

#11 Before And After Of Sydney Due To Smoke From The Rampant Bush Fires

#12 Australias Smoke From The Bush Fires Means You Cant See Mt Cook In New Zealand. Look At The Before And After Pictures

#13 This Is Cobargo, Before And After its unbelievable

#14 The Scenic Town Of Mallacoota

#15 The Same Day… Before And After Shoalhaven

#16 Betka Road

#17 We Can Hear Firefighting Helicopters Landing At The Airport Below But Cannot See A Thing In Merimbula

#18 Batemans Bay Mini Golf

#19 Araluen Motor Lodge

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