He added, "Initial fire assessments indicate the habitat of several important brush-tailed rock-wallaby populations was burnt in the recent bushfires". The animals that have managed to survive the fires are now stranded without food. The region's rock wallabies were already "at-risk" prior to the bushfires because of ongoing habitat destruction and drought.
Hundreds of thousands of vegetables are being dropped over fire-affected areas in a bid to save endangered species.
The post-fire wildlife recovery effort mission found the state government dropping almost 4,500 lbs. of sweet potatoes and carrots on a total of 11 different brush-tailed rock-wallaby colonies, according to ABC News and a release obtained by CNN.
Operation Rock Wallaby will certainly be gone along with by extensive feral killer control and also will certainly proceed as brush-tailed rock-wallaby populaces recoup.
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Amid scenes that aid workers have described as "apocalyptic", burned landscapes are littered with animal carcasses.
It came after a decorated firefighter was killed by a falling tree as he battled the flames in Victoria, raising the death toll to 27.
According to The Guardian, Morrison has also said that "job-destroying, economy-destroying, economy-wrecking targets and goals" on climate change "won't change the fact that there have been bushfires or anything like that in Australia". That's the advice we've received. That is the position of the government, okay.
Morrison, however, stopped short of calling for significant cuts to carbon emissions or taking action that some say could have a negative economic impact on the country's energy sector.More news: Bangladesh to tour Pakistan for Tests, T20Is, ODIs
State Environment Minister Matt Kean claimed in a declaration that the arrangement of food for the wallabies was among the vital techniques used to advertise the survival and also recuperation of varieties impacted by the blazes.
"Climate change is influencing the frequency and severity of unsafe bush fire conditions", said the Australian Bureau of Meteorology.
The prime minister said that he would call for a royal commission - a high-level government inquiry - into the wildfires. He was widely criticized for taking a vacation to Hawaii in December as wildfires raged at home and admitted to the ABC that was a mistake.
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