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Australia airdrops food for starving wildlife

CBS News Monday, 13 January 2020
Dubbed Operation Rock Wallaby, this is the most widespread food drop yet to help save the endangered brush-tailed rock wallabies.
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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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