Media reported that the recent fires in Australia have caused huge and distressing damage to the country. More than 10 million hectares of land in Australia have been burned, at least 26 people have died, more than 2000 homes have been burned, and more than 1 billion animals have died so far in the fires, according to wildlife conservation group WWF.
Obviously, it’s obvious that the fire has had a terrible impact on the wildlife of this country, which is why some heroes are needed to take responsibility, find and rescue these animals. The hero we’re going to talk about here is a man with four plush legs — the Wang Xing man.
One of the dogs, Taylor, has helped find and rescue 10 koalas since last September. TATE Animal Training Enterprises points out on the social network that Taylor prioritizes finding live koalas and sits next to the tree when they find the target.
Celine Frere, a senior research fellow at the University of the Sunshine Coast’s Conservation Detection Dogs, said dogs were best suited for such dangerous rescues. “They can smell things we can’t see, they can be used to track rare animals, detect harmful species, and locate threatened native plants. Therefore, they play a very important role in the conservation of nature. “
For now, rescue efforts are continuing. In response to the tweet, Tom Hanks said in a video clip posted on Twitter that the story was so moving that it should be made into a movie.