- New South Wales, Australia has launched a campaign they call ‘Operation Rock Wallaby.’
- The project aims to prevent deaths among animals who survived the wildfire by dropping vegetables from the sky.
- So far, thousands of kilograms of carrots and sweet potatoes have been dropped in many areas.
Not all heroes wear capes but yes, some of them do fly high up in the skies and look down below as they help out those in need.
Case in point, New South Wales officials came up with a unique and inspiring mission that aims to benefit the animals affected by the destructive wildfire in Australia. To feed the hungry surviving animals, they used planes and dropped carrots and sweet potatoes from above.
Modern-day heroes: Operation Rock Wallaby is dropping food from the skies of New South Wales.
New South Wales National Parks and Wildlife Service recently launched ‘Operation Rock Wallaby’ to save animal wildfire survivors – such as kangaroos, koalas, and yes, rock wallabies, among others – from starvation.
So far, the project has dropped thousands of kilograms of vegetables in several areas within the state.
Matt Kean, environment minister of New South Wales, shared that wallabies are among the most affected species which is definitely a bad thing, considering that their numbers have already been decreasing way before the terrible tragedy.
“One happy customer,” tweeted Matt Kean as he shared the photo of a wallaby.
In a statement, Kean also explained:
“The provision of supplementary food is one of the key strategies we are deploying to promote the survival and recovery of endangered species like the brush-tailed rock-wallaby. The wallabies typically survive the fire itself, but are then left stranded with limited natural food as the fire takes out the vegetation around their rocky habitat.”
According to the World Wildlife Fund (WWF), about 1.25 billion animal lives have been claimed by the bushfire. The operation is hoping to prevent further deaths by feeding millions of animals in the burned ecosystem.
Watch the video here:
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