Australia Bushfires: A Koala Who Was Treated For Burns Returns To The Wild

A new video by TIME shows a koala injured in the bushfires that have ravaged Australia in recent months receiving treatment at a local rescue hospital. Though it is uncertain when he can return to the wild.

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Koala Who Was Injured in the Australian Bushfires Has Recovered and Is Released Back Into the Wild

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  1. THANK YOU Australian wildlife rescuers for saving all these koalas. You are HEROES to the world. And you are ANGELS to the wildlife which you save.

  2. Gracias por su gran trabajo ellos necesitan que sean reubicados para que no estén en áreas de peligro ya sufrieron mucho como para que no les den un lugar digno donde vivir, gra6por esos rescatistas que son dignos de admirar por sus nobles acciones 🙏❤🐨❤

  3. Thanks to all volunteers, thanks to everyone who rescued koalas. They are so beautiful, so kind, so cute. They disserve a very long life in their natural home. 👏🏻👏🏻🙏🏻🙏🏻👍🏻👍🏻❤️❤️❤️

  4. you should release him to a healthy tree, not this charry one, even though it's the original tree where you got him. I don't like to see him struggling to climb that slippery tree

  5. Thank you all teams happy to see Koalas back to home 🌳. Bless you sweetie 🐨stay happy and safe ALL Koalas 🐨🐨🐨🐨☘️🌳☘️🌳☘️🌳☘️🌳💕🙏

  6. See this is what u guys are doing to these loveing animals and it needs to stop help the animals to use a bit less carbon pls it makes me cry 😢 😭 seeing these animals suffering


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