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‘Operation Rock Wallaby’ airdrops tons of food to help wildlife hurt by Australian bushfires

Mashable Monday, 13 January 2020 ()
Having endured the catastrophic bushfires, wildlife in the affected areas is now facing a new challenge — sourcing food over scorched earth. The government is now using helicopters, as part of Operation Rock Wallaby, to drop carrots and sweet potatoes and help the starving animals recover. Read more...

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The Australian government has dropped thousands of pounds of food to wildlife populations stranded by the devastating wildfires.

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