Video: Animals Survived from Australian Wildfires are Starving, So these Planes Dropped Tons of Vegetables to Feed them


Australians are finding innovative ways to help those animals that are affected by bushfires that continue to ravage the land.

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The New South Wales government is using planes to drop thousands of kilograms of carrots and sweet potatoes to feed hungry animals.

This stunning and creative idea is nicknamed’ Operation Rock Wallaby’ and is led by National Parks and Wildlife Service of New South Wales. The main purpose of the operation is to feed the marsupials of the state since they were greatly affected by the bushfires.

Aircraft have fallen more than 2,200 kilograms of fresh vegetables from the sky so far. Cloudy with a Carrot Chance? Accordingly. Scroll down on the current situation there for interview with an Australian from Kangaroo Island.

Australians drop thousands of kilograms of fresh veggies from the sky to feed hungry animals hit by bushfires

Video: Animals Survived from Australian Wildfires are Starving, So these Planes Dropped Tons of Vegetables to Feed them
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Video: Animals Survived from Australian Wildfires are Starving, So these Planes Dropped Tons of Vegetables to Feed them
Image Credit: Facebook
Video: Animals Survived from Australian Wildfires are Starving, So these Planes Dropped Tons of Vegetables to Feed them
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