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Polish zoo aids animals injured in Australian bushfires

10.01.2020 13:24
Since September, Australia has struggled with massive bushfires which have proved difficult to control.
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A rare Pygmy Possum is rescued at the Flinders Chase National Park after bushfires swept through Kangaroo Island, southwest of Adelaide, South Australia, January 7. Nearly half the Island has now be burnt by bushfires, some of them uncontrolled. About a third of the island is made up of protected nature reserves which are home to native wildlife.
A rare Pygmy Possum is rescued at the Flinders Chase National Park after bushfires swept through Kangaroo Island, southwest of Adelaide, South Australia, January 7. Nearly half the Island has now be burnt by bushfires, some of them uncontrolled. About a third of the island is made up of protected nature reserves which are home to native wildlife. Photo: EPA/DAVID MARIUZ

The fires have killed nearly 30 people and devastated millions of hectares of land, and they have been especially tragic for Australian wildlife.  

The zoological garden in the southwestern Polish city of Wrocław is among institutions in Poland which have been active in supporting a rescue effort. 

Elżbieta Krajewska was on the line to director of the Wrocław zoo, Radosław Ratajszczak.