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Belinda Barnet
23,000 giant fruit bats — about a third of the species — dropped dead from heat stress in Queensland and New South Wales in April. 10,000 black flying foxes, a different species, also died. Bodies plopped into backyard gardens and swimming pools.
Tasmanian Aboriginals faced genocide, and now extreme climate change is threatening what’s left of their culture.
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Leeanne Dec 29
Replying to @manjusrii @ItsBouquet
As an Australian, I learnt more from this article than any available in Australia. Mortifying. Is it my fault or our news agencies?
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Belinda Barnet Dec 29
Replying to @55leeanne @ItsBouquet
Murdoch.
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@Framing*The*Narrative Dec 29
Replying to @Ronigirl29 @manjusrii
We are a reckless species, soon to be put in our place.
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Iggy🇱🇰 Dec 29
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We are heading towards an irreversible environmental catastrophe & our Politicians must stop talking about climate change issues as something that we still need to ”debate,” analyze and argue about.
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Helen Underwood Dec 29
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😫😫😫😪😪😪😭😭😭😭😢😢😢
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Tony Shaw 📚 Dec 29
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These numbers are shocking.
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Majestic Isles Dec 29
They are insect eaters and pollinators, so a major loss.
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💧🐨🔥 🄹🄾🄷🄽 🄲🄾🅄🄰🄽🄸 #stayhomesaveslives Dec 29
Replying to @manjusrii @ItsBouquet
This is sounding like an ‘extinction event’
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