18 New Images Out Of Australia That Will Fill You With Hope

1. “Regrowth from a burnt tree in Australia”

2. A volunteer feeding an injured joey

3. Wildlife is making a sound again.

4. Rescued koalas after treatment, ready to move to a new home

Sedated Koalas sleep in baskets after being treated at a makeshift field hospital at the Kangaroo Island Wildlife Park on Kangaroo Island on January 14, 2020. – Hundreds of koalas have been rescued and brought to the park for treatment after bushfires ravaged the island off the south coast of Australia. (Photo by PETER PARKS / AFP) (Photo by PETER PARKS/AFP via Getty Images)

5. Thousands of kilos of carrots were dropped from the air to help feed the animals.

Operation Rock Wallaby 🦘 staff today dropped thousands of kgs of food (Mostly sweet potato and carrots) for our Brush-tailed Rock-wallaby colonies across NSW

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One happy customer 🦘🥕🥕🥕🥕

6. Orphaned 2-month-old grey-headed flying fox being bottle-fed

SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA – JANUARY 14: A two month old Grey-Headed Flying Fox is bottle fed during a tour of the Taronga Zoo’s Wildlife Hospital at Taronga Zoo on January 14, 2020 in Sydney, Australia. The Federal Government has granted $1 million to support ongoing efforts to help conservation-based zoos like Taronga care for injured and displaced wildlife in the wake of the ongoing bushfire crisis in Australia. $1 million each will also be given to Zoos Vic and Zoos SA to support similar programs in those states affected by the devastation of recent bushfires. (Photo by Jenny Evans/Getty Images)

 

7. Celebrities have donated millions to help Australia.

Nicole Kidman, Keith Urban, Shawn Mendes, Liam Hemsworth, Leonardo DiCaprio, Elton John, and P!nk are some who have donated.

8. People across the globe are making mittens and boots for the animals affected by the bushfires.

9. Thousands of people may have lost their homes, but they are not alone.

10. Teens filling their cars with Joeys and saving them from the fires

11. The Irwin family alone has saved over 90,000 animals.

12. Firefighters are protecting animals from fires by hiding them in their helmets.

13. Hundreds of koalas and joeys have been treated so far.

 

A member of the Australian Defence Force picks up an injured Koala after it was treated for burns at a makeshift field hospital at the Kangaroo Island Wildlife Park on Kangaroo Island on January 14, 2020. – Hundreds of koalas have been rescued and brought to the park for treatment after bushfires ravaged the island off the south coast of Australia. (Photo by PETER PARKS / AFP) (Photo by PETER PARKS/AFP via Getty Images)

 

14. About 600+ bats were successfully saved from the fires by care facilities. This is how they were transferred to safety:

15. Life prevails

16. The calm after an immense tragedy

17. Sydney’s Opera House lights up in honor of brave firefighters. Thank you!

SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA – JANUARY 11: Images taken during the ongoing bushfire crisis are projected on the sails of the Sydney Opera House on January 11, 2020 in Sydney, Australia. The projections are to show support for communities affected by bushfires around Australia and the firefighters who have been defending them. Fires in New South Wales, Victoria, Queensland, Western Australia and South Australia have burned more than 10 million hectares of land in recent months. 20 people have been killed, including three volunteer firefighters, and thousands of homes and buildings have been destroyed. (Photo by Don Arnold/Getty Images)

 

18. A large number of koalas lost their lives, but rescue operations are doing their best to save the species.

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