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Australian Officials Are Dropping Food Out Of Helicopters For Animals

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Australian Officials Are Dropping Food Out Of Helicopters For Animals

Australian Officials Are Dropping Food Out Of Helicopters For Animals

Park Service members in Australia are airdropping food to animals on the ground.

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