Koalas rescued from Australian fires return to natural habitat

Koalas rescued from Australian fires return to natural habitat

Animals are returning to the forests after the unprecedented fires have devastated more than a million hectares in the country

Four adult koalas and one younger koala were released in Kanangra-Boyd National Park, in New South Wales. They are the first of 12 koalas rescued from the Blue Mountains to return “home”, after being housed in January by the Taronga Zoo in Sydney.

Young man saves koalas in Australia

Young man saves koalas in Australia

Patrick Boyle, 22, became a hero for breaking into an unsafe zone to rescue endangered animals.
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The young Australian risked his life to save koalas from the fires that are plaguing the country.

Patrick decided to enter an unsafe area in Mallacoota Forest, Victoria, to rescue the animals.
“I found eight or nine by the time they were rescued. I found more than 10 who were dead and another five who were alive and healthy”, he told local media.