Australia is covered with bush fire today as some unknown personas started the bush fire on November 12, 2019, animals living nearby are endangered.
It was a sudden spread of news over the world when we see Australia is covered with massive bush fire.
The country has been under the inferno-like bush fire and nearly devastated.
And some of the parts of Australia were affected.
These include Brisbane, Sydney, Canberra, and Mallacoota the most affected cities.
Not to mention, New South Wales is on a state of emergency.
As a result, there were nearly 18 million acres of land have been burned.
Most of it is bushland, forests and national parks, which are home to the country’s native wildlife.
Also, there were 24 deaths nationwide.
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Meanwhile, most of the wildlife has been endangered.
In addition, there were nearly half a billion animals had been affected by the fires.
In NSW alone, and millions of the animals are potentially deadly, according to ecologists at the University of Sydney.
That is to say nearly third of all Koalas had died and other animals such as kangaroos are escaping and surviving from the verge of death.
Citizens are firefighters are helping each other to save the animals.
Meanwhile, also the authorities are working immediately for their next step.
But how does it start?
So these fires we’re caused by persistent heat and drought.
However, people are accusing the other cause.
So According to the Australian Federal Police, there are at least “24” personas who started the massive fire.
And Out of those 183 people, 53 have received cautions or criminal charges for failing to comply.
Well, 47 are accused of discarding a lit cigarette or match on land, according to the police statement.
So in other words, it was not only the weather itself but someone involves right?
There reports suggest this might be true.
So a man was charged after power tools he was using allegedly sparked a fire in Mount Druitt, according to NSW Police.
In addition, the NSW Rural Fire Service arrested a 19-year-old volunteer member on suspicion of arson.
Right now there is no clear evidence for these devastating fires but authorities are still investigating.
Let’s hope Australia would recover soon.