Rescue dogs helping save koalas from Australian bushfires

Rescue dogs helping save koalas from Australian bushfires

A team of 5 dogs with the International Fund for Animal Welfare is being deployed to help rescuers in Australia to sniff out koalas — tracking them down by the smell of their fur or even their poop. When the trained dogs detect one of the animals, they lie down under the tree and wait for a human rescuer. An estimated 25,000 koalas have died in the fires in Kangaroo Island this year.

David
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Paul C
Paul C 3 months

Can Greta go and help? If she starts sailng now, maybe can be there in a month or so to look for injured animals. Extra credit for the classes she's skipping!

Fin
Fin 3 months

Thank u bear. God it's upsetting but u are a hero bear..

(Un)Fortunate Son
(Un)Fortunate Son 3 months

Most of these fires are arson. Not climate change.

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Tencent owns Spotify 3 months

I don't really care about koalas 😬

John W
John W 3 months

you don't know? clearly global warming increases of less than one degree over 10 years, and now a decrease make people go mad and set fires, well that and massive increase SSRI usage.

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