Thirsty koala licks rainwater off a road after devastating Australian bushfires destroy its home

  The Sun 

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A THIRSTY koala licks rainwater off a road after devastating bushfires destroyed its habitat. The marsupials get their water supply from eucalyptus trees — but many forests have gone up in flames. Survivors, some badly burned, have been forced to venture into urban areas by the blazes across Australia. The dehydrated koala emerged on a […]
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