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11-Year-Old On Long Island Spearheading Project To Help Orphaned Animals In Australia

CBS 2 Tuesday, 14 January 2020 ()
It's estimated more than a billion animals have died since September because of the wildfires that are ravaging Australia.
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News video: Long Island School Children Doing What They Can To Help Australian Animals

Long Island School Children Doing What They Can To Help Australian Animals 02:14

It's estimated more than a billion animals have died since September because of the wildfires that are ravaging Australia. Now, children are stepping up to help the animals still trying to survive; CBS2's Dick Brennan reports.

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