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Bushfires in Australia have affected all forms of life

Australia is trying to come to terms with bushfires that have killed millions of animals and have destroyed the green cover.
The bushfires in Australia have taken a heavy toll on the green cover necessary for survival. It displaced people and killed animals, birds and other forms of living beings. On a rough estimate, the fires destroyed an area greater than the size of South Korea. While the fires are coming under control, industries will continue to feel the after-effects for a long time to come. Eden, a city in New South Wales, faced the bushfires since 25 December and a local restaurateur says - "We are a ghost town." The fire had disrupted communication links on the main highway that connects Melbourne and Sydney. The local economy is also feeling the harsh realities because many businesses are laying off staff. Al Jazeera says bushfires are normal in rural Australia but the latest round of blazes has unnerved everybody. It is labeled as the worst fire season in the recorded history of Australia's most populous state. The fires are gradually coming under control. However, the future appears to be one...
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