Sunday, 23 February, 2020

Steve Irwin's Family Rescues 90,000th Animal Amidst Australia Wildfires

Bindi Irwin attends the annual Steve Irwin Gala Dinner at Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre Australia bushfires: Bindi Irwin says Australia Zoo has treated 90000 animals
Sandy Nunez | 08 January, 2020, 04:10

The Irwin family including Steve's widow Terri Irwin, and their children, daughter Bindi and son Robert Irwin own and operate Australia Zoo's Wildlife Hospital. Irwin, 16, was visibly upset when talking about the native wildlife.

In 2019, Brandi shared that her family opened a sea turtle rehabilitation center, sea snake ward, and about to complete a new bird recovery area. "I want to thank you for your kind words and support".

Statistics show nearly a third of koalas in Australia's New South Wales region may have been killed in the raging bushfires, and there's no question what Bindi and her family are doing to try and help is incredible. The true loss of animals "is likely to be much higher than 480 million". The region is highly known for its koala population.

Firefighters have been brought in from the United States to assist Australian authorities.

To find out how to help Irwin's efforts, visit the Australian Zoo's website.

Price, who hails from Idaho, is part of the air operations rescue in Australia.

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The Australia zoo is located in Queensland, which is a safe distance from the bush fires.

Hearing the devastating fires that are ripping through Australia right now is heartbreaking, but one family is really stepping up, and their father would be really proud. But the big difference in Australia is the size.

Asked to comment on the impact of the fires, Robert's previously professional tone gave way to an emotional reflection on the toll the fires have taken on the environment.

Conditions, however, are still unsafe, according to Australia Prime Minister Scott Morrison. While talking to an global media outlet, McKenzie said that it is about to get to active burning grounds and dispose of the animal carcasses in the correct way. But this year's fires arrived unusually early, fed by drought and the country's hottest and driest year on record.

It has been a little more than 13 years since beloved television host and wildlife advocate Steve Irwin passed away-but his family is continuing to save thousands of Australia's most vulnerable animals.