This is how Australia could recover from its devastating wildfires

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1/17/2020 Reading time: 1 minute(s)

The Australian wildfires have killed up to one billion animals and turned millions of acres to ash. But forests can bounce back if the conditions are right.

Australia’s bushfires are still burning, with an estimated one billion animals killed, more than six million hectares of land turned to ash, 2,000 homes destroyed and at least 27 people killed. The blazes are the worst Australia has ever witnessed and the catastrophe is far from over, with the south-east of the country only just entering what is usually considered the most dangerous time of year for wildfires.