Aerial of burnt forest near Kangaroo Valley, NSW
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Kangaroo Valley, NSW
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Aerial of burnt forest near Kangaroo Valley, NSW.
Over 2019-2020, Australia experienced its worst fire season on record in its expansive forest and woodland estate. More than 15,000 fires occurred across all states, resulting in a combined impact area of up to 19 million hectares with around 12.6 million hectares containing primarily forest and woodland burning. Within the 12.6 million hectares of burned area that we assessed, there would have been almost 3 billion native animals.
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