- The wilderness in Australia, the bigger the tragedy, the good examples of help
- people are sending daily-use items like ration, water, clothes, shoes, medicines.
14 million hectares of the area has been gutted by a massive fire in 136 forests in Australia’s forests. More than 100 crore wildlife have lost their lives. More than two thousand houses were burnt. 26 people have died. The bigger the tragedy, the more people have set the example of help. Every person is trying to save wildlife. So far, people from all over the world have donated one thousand crore rupees. People are also sending everyday utility items like ration, water, clothes, shoes, medicines. Such items have filled the fire stations, community halls, football grounds, and clubs. 33,000 volunteers from all over the world have arrived for help.
A group of women are working to extinguish the fire day and night.
More than 100 women firefighters from Victoria Victoria’s firefighters are working to extinguish the fire day and night. The family of Steve Irwin, popularly known as Crocodile Man in the world, has gathered. Steve’s wife Terry, 21-year-old daughter Bindi and 16-year-old son Robert are involved in wildlife service. Australian comedian Celeste Barber has raised $ 50 million (Rs 355 crore). This is the highest amount raised for charity on Facebook’s platform.