Australian wildfires undoing decades of conservation work

Kangaroo Island off the coast of South Australia has been described as the country’s version of the Galapagos.

It’s home to some of the country’s most endangered animals.

Experts who work there say the wildfires burn there have undone decades of careful conservation work.

It has also killed thousands of koalas and kangaroos.

Our colleagues at National Indigenous Television are covering them.

With more on the story, here’s NITV’s Douglas Smith.

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