Wildfires ravaging Australia have taken a grisly toll on the country's wildlife with hundreds of millions of wild animals believed to have been killed in the blazes, along with thousands of livestock.
Grisly images from New South Wales show the remains of animals at the roadside in Batlow where a man also died defending his property from the out of control bushfires.
People are determined to keep going in the face of tragedy.
Prime Minister Scott Morrison said 23 people have now died in the wildfires so far this summer.
A giant wall of smoke and flames hovers over the Melbourne suburb of Cranbourne, as Australia endures one of the worst days of its months-long bushfire crisis.
New South Wales is in the middle of a seven-day state of emergency as the fires, encouraged by a ferocious heatwave, rage out of control.
New South Wales where Sydney lies remains under a state of emergency as around 2000 firefighters struggle to limit around 100 wildfires.
But there's no way to put them out completely, only rain could do that.
Helicopters battle raging bushfires in Australia
The fires have rekindled the debate about the climate crisis in the country, which is one of the world's largest exporters of coal.
Tennis: France claim Fed Cup title with 3-2 win over Australia