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Hartbrekende photos show the sea of death of cattle in Australia: 300.000 cattle drowned after recordregens
Animals In some areas In the Australian state of Queensland is in a week's time the same amount of precipitation fallen as normally in a whole year and that has left its traces in the outback. The authorities fear that an estimated 300,000 of cattle, the floods have not survived.

In the environment of the coastal city of Townsville in north east Australia fell in a week's time a water meter, twenty times as much as normal at this time of the year. The Ross River was up to a dangerous level increased, causing the lock-gates of the Ross River dam had to be opened. That led to “unprecedented” floods. Two people were killed and 1,100 others had to be evacuated.

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