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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.



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


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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