Parks and wildlife services in Australia are helping struggling animals find food following the devastating wildfires that are sweeping the continent. The New South Wales National Parks and Wildlife Service made it rain carrots and sweet potatoes to help feed wallabies looking for food after the fires tore through their habitat. The provisions were dropped from helicopters and delivered by land. The World Wildlife Fund in Australia estimates that over a billion animals may have been killed directly or indirectly from the fires that have burned since September.
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