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Logging native forests worsened Australia's fires May 06, 2020 Dozens of koalas 'lying dead' at logging site - BBC News At least dozens of koalas have died at a logging site in the Australian state of Victoria, with activists claiming that the animals either starved to death or were killed by bulldozers. Australian Clogging Association ACA - Australian Clogging Association: Information and support for Clogging in Australia
Mr Barclay said native logging was a divisive issue in communities with a deep-rooted history of timber production. Live: Hydroxychloroquine trial prepared for Australian health workers.
“The logging of these forests then destroys precious habitat,” shared Animals Australia. According to the Australian Koala Foundation (AKF) there are less than 100,000 koalas left in the Post-bushfire logging makes a bad situation even worse
Dozens of koalas dead after logging at Australian plantation
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