Picture: Australians and animals under the heat wave
On January 1 this year, a wild koala (also known as koala) in the Morfit River Valley, South Australia (Morphett Vale) To escape the heat in the children’s pool in the local residence.(Shooting:AUD audienceMarilyn Sanders)
The high temperature was over 40 degrees this Wednesday,BendigoA little boyCrusoe res.(Crusoe Reservoir) swim and play. (Shooting:ABC reporterTerri – Anne Kingsley)
In South Australia Veyron Coffee (Willunga) Nearby, a pet puppy jumped into the manger to cool down.(Photographing: ABC reporterBrett Williamson)
In the Adelaide Botanic Garden, as many as 90 bats were killed by the heat wave. In Queensland last week, a heat wave killed 10 bats.
At Melbourne Zoo, the first Asian elephant, Mali, born there, celebrated its 4th birthday in the heat wave. She chose to swim to celebrate.