Australian Forests Are Springing Back to Life After the Devastating Bushfires. Here Are 20 Fresh Photos of Hope
Good news from Australia: after the massive bushfires, the affected trees and plants are slowly coming back to life. Green, yellow, and red sprouts are pushing through burned tree trunks and drought-affected soil.
Here at Bright Side we hope that the power of nature and the efforts of the world’s community will help Australian forests return back to life. Meanwhile, let’s see the uplifting pictures of nature’s rebirth.
It’s estimated that the bushfires in Australia have destroyed around 15 million acres of forests, bush, and parks. The fires left drought and empty spaces behind, but nature always perseveres. Today, life is pushing through what seemed to be pure coal yesterday. And it fills our hearts with hope.
Every day the people of Australia are sharing new pictures that show how plants have started sprouting after the bushfires, and here are some fresh and uplifting shots:
How soon do you think the nature of Australia can recover? What do you think people can do to avoid disasters like this in the future?