Australia

5,000 Camels Have Been Shot Down to Preserve Water in Australia

camels

The fires in Australia are a huge tragedy, with consequences not only for people but also for animals. In fact, Australian snipers had to kill more than 5000 wild camels to save water to put out the fires. The reason behind this brutal measure is that wild herds of non-native animals are also devastating indigenous villages when migrating from one area to another in search of water.

Great Barrier Reef in Australia Is Now an Underwater Museum

great barrier reef

An open-air museum to safeguard the immense treasure of the Great Barrier Reef. And to make everyone aware of the importance of protecting flora and fauna that represent a unique treasure for the whole world. Australia, however, is not the first corner of the globe to carry out such a project. In fact, it follows …

Read moreGreat Barrier Reef in Australia Is Now an Underwater Museum