In Australia raging fierce wildfires, which has fatal consequences for both animals and people.
Now rife images of the sky in the area around Mallacoota Victoria, where the sky has been blood red as a result of the devastating fires, called bushbrande.
The report, among other things, the New York Times.
the Area is located between Sydney and Melbourne and is usually a holiday destination, but in these days of fleeing inhabitants.
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Australians evacuates like via boat to get away from the fires. Photo: INSTAGRAM @IDASHOPE4STROKE/Ritzau Scanpix
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Usually the australian summer warm and dry, but with climate change it has become more extreme and has increased the risk of fire.
Among other things, that in december set the record for the highest temperature measured in the country's history, when it was measured 41,9 degrees celsius, could The Guardian reported.
The australian prime minister, Scott Morrison, however, has the country's economy as the highest priority.
He said in his new year's speech that the australian people have enough to cope with the natural disaster.
- We have faced disasters such as these before, and we must have come intact out the other side, he said, among other things, according to the New York Times.
The australian summer still has several months to the good, all the while record high temperatures, drought and strong winds, poses a devastating cocktail.
And it has also been feel among the country's inhabitants. Thousands of people have had to be evacuated, while millions of animals have died.
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