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Hanah^v^ 32m
Thanks to its rare fauna and flora, Fraser Island is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The fire on the largest sandy island in the world has already affected 40 percent of the area and burned even a large part of its unique forests.
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Hanah^v^ 43m
Australia's island Fraser, said to be an earthly paradise, has been raging in a big fire for more than six weeks. The rare vegetation and population of the wild dingo dog is endangered.😢
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Susan MEYER 💧 13m
Hottest day in November ever ... could be a clue 4 you time running out to debate if and when and how .....you frog simmer away
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Martin Tye 11h
12 months on from Australian & so much country still looks like this Quite shocking & a sobering reminder of what we are doing to our planet in the name of short term "economic growth" Time for a serious reset of priorities
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Nichola L Stephenson Nov 25
Good morning, with love from Hervey Bay ✌🏻💕😀 Look closely at all of the smoke over
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Bureau of Meteorology, Australia 8h
Did you know that can create their own weather? Known as pyrocumulonimbus clouds, they're a thunderstorm that forms in the smoke plume of a fire. Find out more about clouds - Know your weather. Know your risk.
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Nichola L Stephenson 11h
LOOK 👀 👎🏻Fraser Island 🔥 3rd December 2020 4.47am
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DPIE Environment, Energy and Science Nov 25
has uncovered a new population of 136 threatened Swamp Mint-bush plants in the Evans Head area - an exciting discovery after the area was impacted by the 2019/20 . This brings the total population of these sweet, mauve-flowering plants to 481 🌸🌱
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NSW SES Nov 26
🏆 BUSHFIRE CITATION 🏆 Last night members from the NSW SES Blacktown Unit received their🎖NSW Premier’s Bushfire Emergency Citation, in recognition of their outstanding contribution and emergency response effort during 2019 -2020 bushfire season.
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Kailas Wild 🐨🌳 Nov 29
Well done and thank you for the opportunity to contribute.
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Kaiya Nov 25
: Incredible and heart wrenching to hear the stories of the NSW , and how it affected the community and services. Thank you Dr Michelle Hamrosi for sharing and talking about the sequential traumas (-> COVID) your community has lived through.
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Dr Jenn Lavers Nov 29
Replying to @TheLabAndField
Definitely miss having you here (!), but on the upside, at least you can skip the (yep, 60 already burning...😫)
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Nichola L Stephenson Nov 28
Water bombers going backwards & forwards to I really hope they get on top of the 🔥it is so flipping hot out there 🙏🏻
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Bureau of Meteorology, Australia Nov 29
With starting tomorrow and many grass and bushfires already burning, it's a timely reminder to start preparing for . Understanding fire weather means you can be better prepared and help you stay safe. Learn more from our blog:
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Coulson Aviation Australia Nov 30
This great photo shows one of the NSW Rural Fire Service volunteer rapid aerial response teams (RART) responding to the Lion’s Road Fire near Lismore on Friday, supported by Coulson Aviation Australia team members in the Bell 412.
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John Bolger. AFSM. Nov 24
Top day for our ⁦ & VOLUNTEERS in NWQld at as ⁦⁩ & ⁦⁩ with ⁦⁩ handover their new heavy tanker. Totally funded by public donations post the 2019
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Nisha Khot Nov 28
I hope the PM can have a good Christmas with his family in the knowledge that thousands of Australians stranded overseas will not be with theirs. Oh hang on! He has already done so when Aussies were battling , asylum seekers were stuck in detention etc etc
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💧 Vivian Harris (⧖) Nov 26
Fraser Island bushfire burns through more than 70,000 hectares as holidaymakers urged to stay away
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CANA Dec 1
Millions of Australians impacted by last summer's will be watching 's 'Wild Australia: After the Fire' closely tonight.Such catastrophic impact on nature and communities. The Australian government is yet to act decisively to address
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Tanya Hardy Nov 28
The hanging swamps near the Royal National park are a unique ecosystem that also provide critters refuge from . We have to protect them so that they can protect the unique plants and animals of that ecosystem, which we in turn depend on for clean water
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