The Australian burned forests are returning to life; the animals are also coming back
The Koala is peeking at the trees again, and the reptiles are walking on the branches of burnt trees. The porcupines are coming out of the hole. The animals fled far away in fear of fire have also started returning to their old address.
The three Australian states ‘states’ forests have started recovering by overcoming the horror of last year’s wildfire caused by the summer’s heat.
Seeds are seeing in New South Wales, Queensland, and Victoria State that were devastated by fire to convert it into the forest again. The animals taken to the shelter are being rereleased to the forest.
Last year’s, 11.2 million hectares of forest in Australian states burnt into ashes. The country’s forest department is scattering more than 40,000 seeds every day with modern drones to turn these areas back into forests.
According to a worker, the plan of scattering seeds through drone is more effective. In this way, seeds are being scattered almost evenly everywhere in a short time. The seeds of the eucalyptus tree are more among the seeds because this seed helps recreate the forest quickly.
Animals rescued and safely removed from injured, burnt, and dangerous conditions are also returning alongside government workers to make this huge region green and fertile again to protect the environment.
While taking care of the Koalas, we became fond of them. But still to return them to the forest.
That is their actual address. Equilibrium of both plants and animals is needed to maintain the balance of the climate. We are trying to protect it. The grimness of last year wildfire has defeated the record, and a huge part of the biodiversity destroyed.
More than 500 million different species of wild animals, including koalas, wallaby, wombats, and kangaroos, have died.