Australian Hospital Rescuing Koalas From Historic Bushfires
Terace Garnier spoke to two workers who are helping care for koalas injured in Australia's bushfires.LEARN MORE
Authorities say the wild animals pose a safety and environmental risk as they flee wildfires.
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"Normally they want to stay away from people and they do keep away," said John Hardy, who operates a camel tourism business in Port Macquarie. "But they do do damage."
Authorities say camels are beginning to drink water needed by humans and could pollute sources as they move in.
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