Australia bushfires: Bindi Irwin says Australia Zoo has treated 90000 animals

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I promise to donate $ 500,000 directly to local fire departments who are fighting so hard on the front lines.

Terri said she was appreciative of all that the firefighters were doing amid the challenging chaos. "I want to thank you for your kind words and support".

Next to the photo, he shared a throwback snap of the duo's first meeting in July 2004 - with Robert as a baby, being carried by his doting dad at Australia Zoo. "Obviously smoke inhalation and burns are happening frequently, but also animals are going into areas where they're not supposed to be to escape the horrific conditions".

Robert, 16, echoed his mother's sentiments, opening up to PEOPLE about seeing "the devastation from all across the country".

The animals are now considered endangered.

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Last week, Bindi confirmed that she and her family were safe and there were no fires near the Australia Zoo Wildlife Hospital in Queensland where they had already treated 90,000 patients.

Blossom is just one of the many animals who died in the awful fires in Australia.

Not all heroes wear capes and we're sure Australians are very grateful for the Irwin family.

The Wildlife Hospital established by Steve Irwin in Australia is serving a great amount of help to the animals in need!

"It's definitely an ongoing issue and we're just trying to do our best to help in any way we can", he told "Sunrise LIVE" on Monday with tears in his eyes.

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Adds Terri: "It's been very dramatic".

Over 6.3 million hectares of bush, forest, and national parks have been burned by the fires and nearly one-third of all koalas in the NSW region may have been killed. A seven-day state of emergency was declared on December 23.

The heartfelt message is the latest update from the wildlife warrior, who has been regularly posting updates on how the bushfires are affecting Australia's wildlife. According to ecologists at the University of Sydney, the figure only includes mammals and does not include bats, insects, or frogs.

Since the deadly bushfires that are sweeping Australia first began in September, over 20 people have lost their lives and an estimated 1 billion animals are believed to have been killed. "If you combine your $5 with everybody else's $5, then you really start seeing this positive change".

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