24 Photos Show How People Save Animals From The Australian Bushfires

Teenagers Filling Their Car With Koalas To Save Them From The Flames

Koalas In A Home In Cudlee Creek, South Australia, After Being Rescued From Fires In A Garden. Local Firefighters Helped A Woman Move Them Into Her House

Bear The Koala Detection Dog Saving Koalas During The Australian Bushfires

The Koala Named “Tinny Arse” That Was Rescued By Damian Campbell-Davys From A Bushfire Zone Sits In His Water Tanker

Since The Fire Has Passed Through Mallacoota This Amazing, Selfless Young Guy Has Been Out Searching For Injured Wildlife. This Is One Of 7 Koalas He’s Saved So Far

This Fire Fighter (And All Ff’s) Saving The People, Animals, And Homes In Australia

Since Half A Billion Animals Were Potentially Lost In Australian Bushfires, The Irwin Family Stepped In And Already Helped Over 90,000 Animals

The Kangaroo Is Drenched In Water After Approaching A Human For Help

I’m So Proud Of My Country, Our Volunteer Firefighters Are Legends In Their Own Category

Dog Saves Flock Of Sheep From Australia’s Raging Bushfires

Picture Of My Cousin Who Is Fighting The Fires In Victoria Saved This Joey

Weighing Less Than A Bag Of Sugar And Snug As A Bug In His Wee Knitted Pouch, This Adorable Koala Joey Called Haze Survived The Raging Australian Bushfires Thanks To The Extraordinary Efforts Of A Firefighter Who Saved Her Life

Travel Filmmaker Saved This Little Baby Kangaroo That Was Left By Its Self

Tonight I Got To Meet The Baby Orphan Bats Of The Aussie Bushfires That I Made The Wraps For

Distressed At First, Dolly Calmed Down Quickly. We Needed To Get Her Still Hot Feet Cooled Down Fast So Made Do With Fresh, Clean Water In A Wheelbarrow. Dolly Appreciated A Big Drink And Pain Relief Before Being Transferred To Our New And Temporary Koala Emergency Centre At Paradise

Woman Saves Koala From Bushfire

Australian Zookeeper Saves Animals From Terrible Fires By Taking Them Home

A Group Of Baby Koalas Were Rescued From The Adelaide Hills Fire Zone Area In Australia And Being Looked After By A Team Of Professional Volunteers

A Koala Drinks Water Offered From A Bottle By A Firefighter During Bushfires In Cudlee Creek, South Australia

Over 600 Bats Were Transported From Caring Facilities Evacuated In New South Wales Due To Fire. Our Australia Zoo Wildlife Hospital Has Treated Over 100 Of These Beautiful Little Souls. I Wanted To Share With You Some Of The Sweet Faces That Are Getting A Second Chance At Life

Koala Being Rescued

Officers Giving A Helping Hand To Local Wildlife In Fire Affected Bendalong

Lucky Koala Is Saved From Sa Bushfires

Kangaroos Gather On A Home’s Lawn In Berrara Beach, Nsw, As Bushfires Spread

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