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Australia airdrops food for starving wildlife

CBS News Monday, 13 January 2020 ()
Dubbed Operation Rock Wallaby, this is the most widespread food drop yet to help save the endangered brush-tailed rock wallabies.
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The Australian government has dropped thousands of pounds of food to wildlife populations stranded by the devastating wildfires.

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