•   
  •   

Australia A mural we can ALL agree on: Huge painting of a koala holding a hose and thanking firefighters unites Australia

13:26  14 january  2020
13:26  14 january  2020 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

Artist draws incredible koala mural into the sand in honour of the millions of animals who perished in the bushfires

  Artist draws incredible koala mural into the sand in honour of the millions of animals who perished in the bushfires A beautiful sand mural of a koala hugging a burning tree has popped up in Geelong, Victoria, dedicated to the millions of animals who have died in the bushfires.An artist has created a stunning sand picture of a koala in honour of the millions of animals who died in the bushfire crisis.

A mural we can ALL agree on : Huge painting of a koala holding a hose and thanking firefighters unites Australia . It shows a koala fighting fires with a hose and pays tribute to firefighters . Mr Gibbons, from Melbourne, collected donations for local wildlife charity.

A koala which drew wide attention after being rescued from an Australian bushfire has died, after failing to recover from his burns. The koala , dubbed Lewis, had been taken to an animal hospital last week after a woman plucked him from a tree in burning bushland in New South Wales.

Andrew Gibbons painted this display on Melbourne's Hosier Lane, a narrow laneway renowned for graffiti art© Provided by Daily Mail Andrew Gibbons painted this display on Melbourne's Hosier Lane, a narrow laneway renowned for graffiti art A street artist has unveiled a mural of a koala fighting fires with a hose.

Andrew Gibbons painted the display on Melbourne's Hosier Lane, a narrow laneway renowned for graffiti art.

He dedicated the mural to the New South Wales Rural Fire Service and included the words 'thank you RFS' in the top left corner.

Mr Gibbons, from Melbourne, collected donations for the Wildlife and Nature Recovery Fund while he painted© Provided by Daily Mail Mr Gibbons, from Melbourne, collected donations for the Wildlife and Nature Recovery Fund while he painted

Mr Gibbons, from Melbourne, collected donations for the Wildlife and Nature Recovery Fund while he painted.

Kevin Rudd's nephew is arrested in front of his young kids for painting a striking mural of a furious firefighter who lashed out at Scott Morrison

  Kevin Rudd's nephew is arrested in front of his young kids for painting a striking mural of a furious firefighter who lashed out at Scott Morrison An artist painted a mural of a firefighter who told Scott Morrison to 'get f**ked' only to be arrested by police in front of his children.An artist who painted a mural of a firefighter who told Scott Morrison to 'get f**ked' has been arrested in front of his children.

Before Green Fanatics get the chance to blame this on habitat destruction by 'invading' Europeans, let me say that researchers actually believe Chlamydia was bought into Australia by early Aboriginal tribes from Asia over 40,000 years ago. It now affects approx 50% of the Koala population.

Sam (2005-07 – 6 August 2009), also known as Sam the Koala , was a female koala from the forests of Mirboo North, Victoria, Australia . She became publicly known when a video and photographs of her being rescued by a firefighter were distributed on the internet and through the media during the

He unveiled his mural in an Instagram post on Monday.

Street artist Van Thanh Rudd painted this mural of the firefighter who told Scott Morrison to 'get f**ked' on a wall on Lygon St, Melbourne© Provided by Daily Mail Street artist Van Thanh Rudd painted this mural of the firefighter who told Scott Morrison to 'get f**ked' on a wall on Lygon St, Melbourne He wrote: 'We got together to paint and raise money for bush fire recovery here in Australia.

'The support was great and what cant be done alone, maybe we can get done together.

Pictures: Australia's bushfire emergency 2019/20

Thick smoke from the East Gippsland bushfires still covers areas of the region on January 13, 2020 near Nicholson, Australia.  The death toll from Victorian bushfires has now risen to four, following the death of a firefighter on Saturday near Omeo. Fires in New South Wales, Victoria, Queensland, Western Australia and South Australia have burned more than 10 million hectares of land in recent months. 21 people have been killed and thousands of homes and buildings have been destroyed.

'Shout out to all the people facing the blaze and caring for the lives affected most Rural Fire Services in this instance was meant generally and not pertaining specifically to NSW registered firies.

The money raised is all being passed on to the WWF wildlife recovery fund.'

a man smiling for the camera: Mr Gibbons (pictured) dedicated the mural to the New South Wales Rural Fire Service and included the words 'thank you RFS' in the top left corner© Provided by Daily Mail Mr Gibbons (pictured) dedicated the mural to the New South Wales Rural Fire Service and included the words 'thank you RFS' in the top left corner

The painting received thousands of positive comments on social media.

Koalas Could Be Classified ‘Endangered’ After Fires Decimate Population

  Koalas Could Be Classified ‘Endangered’ After Fires Decimate Population Australia’s koala population has taken such an “extraordinary hit” from the wildfires sweeping the country that the marsupial could be classified as endangered in some areas. That’s the verdict of Environment Minister Sussan Ley, who announced a $50 million funding package on Monday to help protect wildlife and restore the natural habitat.A koala recused from an area affected by wildfires sits in a wooden crate in Bairnsdale, Australia on Jan. 9.“It may be necessary ...

The 2019–20 Australian bushfire season is a series of bushfires, also known around the world as wildfires, that are currently burning across Australia , predominantly in the south-east.

A firefighting koala with a note of thanks for the country's rural fire services was among the murals painted in Hosier Lane, Melbourne - famous for its street art - on Sunday. Money collected as the group painted has been donated to World Wildlife Fund (WWF) Australia .

It comes after a series of murals making fun of Scott Morrison appeared on city streets to criticise his handling of the bushfire crisis.

a man with graffiti on the wall: Artist Scott Marsh painted this artwork on a wall in the inner-Sydney suburb of Chippendale© Provided by Daily Mail Artist Scott Marsh painted this artwork on a wall in the inner-Sydney suburb of Chippendale Artist Scott Marsh painted one showing Mr Morrison in a Hawaiin shirt on a wall in the inner-Sydney suburb of Chippendale - after the PM went on holiday to the US state in December.

And street artist Van Thanh Rudd painted a mural on a wall on Lygon St, Melbourne showing a firefighter who told Scott Morrison to 'get f***ed'.

At Microsoft News Australia we've partnered with the giving platform Benevity to raise funds for Australian Red Cross, St Vincent De Paul Society and The Salvation Army; these organisations are helping communities across the country devastated by bushfires. You can help these organisations by donating here and for the latest news and RFS links visit Bushfire emergency.

'For every koala we see alive, 100 are dead' .
Owner of Kangaroo Island Wildlife Park Sam Mitchell says “for every koala we are seeing alive, there are 100 dead”. “Kangaroo Island is well known for our Koala population, which is considered to be Australia’s only disease-free population of koalas with well over 50 to 60,000,” Mr Mitchell told Sky News.“Half of their prime habitat has been wiped out”.

—   Share news in the SOC. Networks
usr: 0
This is interesting!