Drones Feel The Heat Down Under
For millions of years now, Australian bushfires have moulded the nature of the continent, and in the east of the country where the fires have become a frequent occurrence, its eucalyptus forests have evolved to thrive upon the phenomenon. However, just because ecological systems have learned to adapt to these conditions, doesn’t mean that when the fires rage, that they don’t cause significant harm and destruction to property, humans and wildlife. In fact, recent data shows that Australian bushfires have killed upwards of 800 people since 1851, and billions of animals and birds have lost their lives, too.
With September 2019 heralding the beginning of another deadly bushfire season, the fires continue to rage to an unprecedented degree, leaving a trail of…
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