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Since Half A Billion Animals Have Potentially Lost Their Lives In The Australian Bushfires, This Irwin Family Has Stepped In And Rescued Over 90K Animals!


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Bushfires in Australia isn’t a phenomenon that’s entirely unheard of, however, the 2019–20 Australian bushfire season is something the world hasn’t seen before. Record-breaking heat and drought, lightning strikes, arson and lack of hazard reduction are the main causes of the enormous damage the bushfires have inflicted so far and with the fires still raging on it’s hard to say how long the season, that started back in August 2019, is going to last.
With the world’s attention on the continent, people have been sending out aid as well as bringing attention to the ongoing problems. Bindi Irwin, late Steve Irwin’s daughter, went on social media to assure everyone that their family is safe and doing everything in their power to help the animals in need.

The Irwin family are definitely carrying the late Steve Irwin’s legacy


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The young conservationist posted an image on Instagram together with a caption explaining the situation:
“With so many devastating fires within Australia, my heart breaks for the people and wildlife who have lost so much. I wanted to let you know that we are SAFE. There are no fires near us or our conservation properties.      Open The Next Page To Read The Full Story


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