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How The Heroes Of The Australian Bushfires Are Proving That Humanity Still Exists

Firefighters working day and night to save lives.

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This selfless guy rescued seven koalas and took them to Mallacoota Wildlife Shelter.Photo: 

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More than 900 sheep were saved from the bushfires after heroic doggo herded them to safety.Photo: Instagram/@patsythecorryongwonderdogThis Instagram model raised $1 million for the fires by selling her nudes online.Photo: Members of Muslim community in Australia travelled to the affected areas to cook food for firefighters.Photo: FacebookSteve Irwin’s family saved 90,000 animals, many of them injured in the bushfires.Photo: Instagram/@australiazooOne Sikh woman cancelled her India trip to stay back & cook 1,000 meals for Australia’s bushfire victims.Photo: Facebook/@sikhvolunteers.australiaThis women risked her life to save a Koala Bear from the bushfire.Photo: Shane Fitzsimmons, commissioner of NSW Rural Fire Service, has become Australia’s hero because of his leadership during Australia’s bushfire crisis.Photo: Twitter/@RFSCommissionerRFS Commissioner Shane Fitzsimmons presents a posthumous Commendation for Bravery and Service to the son of late RFS volunteer Keaton in Buxton.

  Geoffrey Keaton, 32, and Andrew O’Dwyer, 36 died when a tree damaged their truck December 19, 2019, as they battled out-of-control blazes south of Sydney. Photo:  AFP

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