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Australia: Bushfire near Moyston, Victoria
Moyston - Inhabitants of a country town in the Australian state of Victoria have been urged to evacuate to a football pitch in the vicinity in a bid to escape the threat of a raging bushfire.
Video: Koala escapes massive South Australian bushfire
Port Lincoln - An injured koala bear was rescued on Monday from a massive bushfire in Australia, fortunately surviving with burned paws and singed fur.
Op-Ed: Australian filmmaker captures ‘fire tornado’ on camera
Sydney - A “fire tornado” happens when a fire is caught in a vortex updraft. These things usually don’t last long, but this one did, and it’s a good example of the physics of a firestorm.
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