The conservation groups, scientists, and veterinarians who participated in recovery efforts following Black Saturday.
On Saturday, February 7, a series of bush fires broke out across eastern Australia, decimating over one million acres of Mountain Ash forests.
Facts and stats on the tallest flowering plant in the world, the great mountain ash.
Within weeks after the bush fires of Black Saturday decimate over one million acres of land, the forests begin to regenerate.
Workers at a local wildlife shelter in Victoria, nurse wallabies and wombats, displaced during the bush fires of Black Saturday, back to health.
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