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Australia, 30% of koalas died in the fire
CANBERRA - A massacre unprecedented. 30% of the koala australian might have died in the fires that are ravaging Australia. And are provisional estimates. The alarm was launched by the minister of the Environment, Canberra, Sussan Ley that, in an interview with the radio program, AM of the ABC, explained: "we'll know more when the fires will subside and it will be possible to carry out a proper assessment". So far the fires have cleared 5 million acres of forests, of which 3.4 are in the area of New South Wales, which accounts for 30% of the entire habitat of the animal symbol of Australia, and "as a result of 30% of koala australian would have been cut off from the flames." The population is between 15 thousand and 28 thousand copies. At the beginning of December to the first estimates of the damage, as far as the species is not pre-announced nothing good. You spoke of the thousands of koala deaths charred of which the authorities had warned, it would have been almost impossible to even recover the corpses.

"I Get mail from all over the world by people absolutely touched," said the minister. The fire last year, have only accelerated the extinction of a species in that particular area of the Country that the experts, as reported by the Guardian, they were already down 42% between 1990 and 2010. It's all the fault of global warming and land reclamation that have affected the area, devastating the habitat of the koala. To confirm this, also James Tremain , a spokesman for the Council for the conservation of nature New South Wales, said in November that the decline of the koala is occurring "slowly and quietly. The number of koala - continues - in the last 20 years has plummeted. We are destroying thousands of hectares of their forests through the reclamation for agriculture and logging for timber. But we are also reducing indirectly the habitat available because of climate change". Minister Ley says that Australia is making to reduce environmental damage: "We are achieving and beating our goals."

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