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Australia Flash the koala recovering after NSW bushfires

09:00  18 november  2019
09:00  18 november  2019 Source:   9news.com.au

Australian bushfires wipe out half of koala colony, threaten more

  Australian bushfires wipe out half of koala colony, threaten more Australian bushfires wipe out half of koala colony, threaten moreA fierce early start to the bushfire season brought a blaze at the Lake Innes Nature Reserve that destroyed two-thirds of the koalas' habitat last month, leaving the rest under threat from one of 15 major blazes in the southeastern state.

Touching pictures of Jeremy the koala recovering after burning all four of his paws trying to escape the devastating SA bushfires A young koala is in

Anwen the koala was injured in NSW bushfires . She was rescued along with other koalas in the state's mid-north coast, where between As ferocious bushfires raged through their local community, the McLeods began preparing a makeshift emergency room in anticipation of an influx of furry patients.

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A tiny koala severely injured in the devastating NSW bushfires will live to climb another eucalyptus tree thanks to the tireless work of volunteer animal rescuers.

Flash nearly died from his burns sustained in the blaze at Taree on the mid-north coast and was so unwell he had to be sedated to undergo treatment.

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But due to the care he is receiving at Port Stephens Koala's he is on the road to recovery.

Koalas injured in NSW bushfires treated in couple's lounge room

  Koalas injured in NSW bushfires treated in couple's lounge room The husband and wife team behind Koalas In Care are treating koalas that have been injured or left homeless by the bushfires in NSW. Sooty, whose nose, chin and fur have been scorched, is one of 24 currently in their house.The husband and wife team behind Koalas In Care are treating koalas that have been injured or left homeless by the bushfires raging around the town.

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Sydney - Social media sensation Jeremy the koala , who was rescued by fire-fighters after his paws were badly burnt in a bushfire in Australia's south , has been released back into the wild, his carers said on Friday. Jeremy was among six koalas being cared for by the clinic following the bushfires

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He is one of four burns victims being treated at the wildlife rescue centre.

Also helping in the effort to rescue koalas after the fires is Bear, IFAW's koala detection dog.

He has been deployed to help search for surviving koalas who may have been injured during the fires in NSW and Queensland.

a dog playing with a frisbee: Bear the koala detection dog. © IFAW Bear the koala detection dog.

Koala badly burnt in bushfire remains under care .
A badly-burnt koala rescued from a NSW bushfire whose plight captured global attention is continuing his recovery. Toni Doherty was passing through the fire-hit area near Port Macquarie on the state's Mid North Coast last week when she spotted the koala and rescued him. require(["inlineoutstreamAd", "c.

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