Australia is dropping veggies from the sky to help animal survivors of brushfires

By Matt Collins Article may include affiliate links

The New South Wales government in Australia is dropping thousands of pounds of carrots and sweet potatoes from the air over areas affected by the brushfires.

  • The idea is that animal affected by the blazes — and survived them — will have little vegetation to each since it’s likely to have been burnt.
  • However, then can hopefully survive on some of the produced being dropped from the sky.
  • All told about 2,000 lbs. of produce has been dropped so far.
  • Photos of some wildlife enjoying the produce have also been circulating on social media.