The hunt for wildlife feared wiped out from Summer’s bushfires takes to the skies | ABC News

It’s estimated a billion animals died during the Back Summer bushfires. New research has found 90 per cent of ground dwelling species, like quolls, bettongs and smaller reptiles, were wiped out in some of the fires. Now scientists are using drones to help look for survivors.

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