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AUSTRALIA ZOO HOSPITAL

A cart of orphaned Kangaroo and Wallaby joeys are seen at Australia Zoo Wildlife Hospital in Beerwah, Queensland, Wednesday, January 15, 2020. The Eastern Grey kangaroo, Black-striped wallabies and Red-necked wallabies have been orphaned due to a mixture of road accidents, dog attacks, bushfires and drought conditions and are being treated at the Australia Zoo Wildlife Hospital which has treated more than 90,000 native Australian animals since it first opened in 2004 due to extreme drought, bushfires, storms and human impact. (AAP Image/Darren England)

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AUSTRALIA ZOO HOSPITAL

A cart of orphaned Kangaroo and Wallaby joeys are seen at Australia Zoo Wildlife Hospital in Beerwah, Queensland, Tuesday, January 15, 2020. The Eastern Grey kangaroo, Black-striped wallabies and Red-necked wallabies have been orphaned due to a mixture of road accidents, dog attacks, bushfires and drought conditions and are being treated at the Australia Zoo Wildlife Hospital which has treated more than 90,000 native Australian animals since it first opened in 2004 due to extreme drought, bushfires, storms and human impact. (AAP Image/Darren England)

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AUSTRALIA ZOO HOSPITAL

A cart of orphaned Kangaroo and Wallaby joeys are seen at Australia Zoo Wildlife Hospital in Beerwah, Queensland, Tuesday, January 15, 2020. The Eastern Grey kangaroo, Black-striped wallabies and Red-necked wallabies have been orphaned due to a mixture of road accidents, dog attacks, bushfires and drought conditions are being treated at the Australia Zoo Wildlife Hospital which has treated more than 90,000 native Australian animals since it first opened in 2004 due to extreme drought, bushfires, storms and human impact. (AAP Image/Darren England)