Wednesday, 19 February 2020

An injured koala sits in a box as it's treated at the Kangaroo Island Wildlife Park, at the Wildlife Emergency Response Centre in Parndana, Kangaroo Island, Australia January 19, 2020. Under a cloth tent on South Australia's Kangaroo Island, vet Lauren Eyre scraps burnt skin off a koala's paws on Sunday as bushfires on the island continue to see the iconic marsupials arrive into the triage unit. REUTERS/Tracey Nearmy

An injured koala is treated by RSPCA vet at the Kangaroo Island Wildlife Park, at the Wildlife Emergency Response Centre in Parndana, Kangaroo Island, Australia January 19, 2020. Working for Australia's premier animal agency, the RSPCA, Eyre from mainland South Australia, says the team continue to see severely burnt koalas in the unit, now with burns that are weeks old. REUTERS/Tracey Nearmy

An injured koala is treated at the Kangaroo Island Wildlife Park, at the Wildlife Emergency Response Centre in Parndana, Kangaroo Island, Australia January 19, 2020. According to the South Australian government website, in 2015 there were an estimated 25,000 koalas in native vegetation and an estimated 23,000 on commercial bluegum plantations on Kangaroo Island. REUTERS/Tracey Nearmy

An injured koala is treated by RSPCA vet Lauren Eyre at the Kangaroo Island Wildlife Park, at the Wildlife Emergency Response Centre in Parndana, Kangaroo Island, Australia January 19, 2020. Under a cloth tent on South Australia's Kangaroo Island, vet Lauren Eyre scraps burnt skin off a koala's paws on Sunday as bushfires on the island continue to see the iconic marsupials arrive into the triage unit. REUTERS/Tracey Nearmy

A treated koala lies on the table after being rescued from bushfires on Kangaroo Island, Australia January 13, 2020. Working for Australia's premier animal agency, the RSPCA, Eyre from mainland South Australia, says the team continue to see severely burnt koalas in the unit, now with burns that are weeks old. RSPCA South Australia via REUTERS

Injured koalas lay in baskets after being rescued from a bushfires on Kangaroo Island, Australia January 13, 2020. According to the South Australian government website, in 2015 there were an estimated 25,000 koalas in native vegetation and an estimated 23,000 on commercial bluegum plantations on Kangaroo Island. RSPCA South Australia/via REUTERS