Australia is being crossed by one of the most damaging bush fire crises the world has seen in decades.
Due to warm temperatures and one of the most serious droughts in years, the constant fires have been continued since September.
New South Wales is experiencing immensely at the time.
There have been fires recorded in every state, but New South Wales is truly taking a beating by bush fires and is unquestionably the hardest hit.
More than 5,000 structures have been damaged.
NSW announced a situation of emergency last month.
And it’s not just the flames themselves that are producing dangerous outcomes…
Last month, the gas was so bad in Sydney that air condition estimated eleven times the “hazardous” level, CNN reports.
The flames have also had a devasting influence on wildlife.
Many of Australia’s native species have been affected including kangaroos, koalas, wallabies, possums, wombats, and echidnas.