Bushfires continue to burn across southeast Australia as firefighters work to control the blazes. The fires, which started in September and continue to decimate the continent, have killed at least 26 people and more than one billion animals, and left thousands homeless. Many living in rural areas have been left without electricity or drinking water.
The fires are the worst Australia has faced since the 2009 Black Saturday fires, which killed 173 people. And now, record high temperatures and a severe drought are making battling the flames even more difficult.
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