It's devastating to see what's been happening with the Australian wildfires -
Over a billion (and counting) animals have been killed
A positive is the extraordinary measures people are taking to help the animals that survived
A week ago the New South Wales National Parks and Wildlife Service began its mission undertaking the food drops in the Capertree and Wolgan valleys, Yengo National Park, the Kangeroo Valley, and around Jenolan, Oxley Wild Rivers and Currancubundi national parks.
So far, they have dropped more than 2,200 kg of fresh vegetables for animals living below.
Matt Kean, environment minister for New South Wales, said although the animals have successfully managed to flee the fires, they’re now outside of their natural habitat and are therefore left without food.