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Raging inferno engulfs Australia as deadly bushfires endanger wildlife

The deadly wildfires in Australia have already burned about 8 million hectares of land and destroyed more than 3000 homes

Since October, Australia has seen 8 million hectares of its terrain scorched in one of the country’s worst fire seasons on record. The blazes have claimed the lives of at least 25 people with four firefighters among them, while destroying almost 3000 homes. An estimated 1 billion animals are thought to have perished, and scientists fear long-term damage to many sensitive ecosystems. Take a look at the photos from Australia and how it’s coping with the disaster.