‘Damage is irreversible’: More than 2 million wild animals die in Bolivia wildfires

More than two million wild animals have been consumed by record-breaking wildfires in Bolivia, leaving experts to fear “irreversible” damage.…

More than two million wild animals have been consumed by record-breaking wildfires in Bolivia, leaving experts to fear “irreversible” damage. Sandra Quiroga, of Santa Cruz University in Bolivia, told AFP that biologists investigating the fire-devastated tropical savanna fear the number of animals missing or killed may exceed 2.3 million.

 

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