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HOT, DRY CONDITIONS AFFECTING NATIVE ANIMALS

The hot, dry conditions in the upper Hunter have made for a busier than usual few months for wildlife carers.

They’re urging locals to be on the lookout for native animals, many of which are starving and suffering heat stress.

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