A bushfire burning in northern NSW is tearing through prime koala habitat at Port Macquarie where it’s feared hundreds of the vulnerable marsupials have died. It’s feared hundreds of koalas have been burned alive by an out-of-control bushfire in northern NSW that’s raged unchecked for days in the heartland of their prime habitat. The blaze, reportedly caused by a lightning strike near Port Macquarie, has burned more than 2000 hectares, including an important koala breeding ground.
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